Army General Picked to Lead Federal Bureau of Prisons

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U.S. Army General Mark S. Inch has been tapped to lead the federal Bureau of Prisons, overseeing a 40,000-employee system that holds 187,000 prisoners in about 150 facilities nationwide. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced the appointment on Tuesday. Inch, a 35-year Army veteran, is a former military policeman who was head of the Army Corrections Command, among other positions, Want to read more? Please subscribe to The Crime Report!