Skip to comments.Ex-Clinton Aide Named In Prison Case [Betsy Wright]
Posted on 08/12/2009 6:41:10 PM PDT by Steelfish
Ex-Clinton aide named in prison case
Staffer for then-governor faces charges of smuggling items onto death row
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - A former chief of staff for Bill Clinton when he was governor of Arkansas faces felony charges accusing her of trying to smuggle a knife and 48 tattoo needles onto the state's death row.
The charges against Betsey Wright come as The Associated Press obtained documents showing death-row inmate allegedly passed love letters and contraband to a guard with whom he committed a sex act.
Combined, the events represent just the latest in a series of high-profile incidents at the state prison system, ranging from two convicted murderers escaping in guard uniforms to a man being shot to death at a contraband checkpoint
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Who was she visiting? Another ex-Clinton aide?
You mean that nice little ol’ lady who hid Monica's semen-stained dress under her mattress and took in Socks after he was dumped by the Clintons tried to smuggle a knife and tattoo needles into the death row of a prison???
Ye gads... Democraps are such a class act....
Dems - in prison - committing crimes - all adds up to me.
Ain’t she the looker.
What is that stain on her blouse next to the necklace?
I never liked the idea of women working in prisons for men. It’s even worse when they are 300 pound women who are desperate for any attention from a man. There are a lot of women who are weak and desperate enough to fall for the sweet talk of these losers. The other problem is the physical ability of a 300 pound women. If you’re getting stomped by inmates and help has to run almost 1/4 mile to get to you, what kind of assistance is a 300 pound female going to provide assuming she makes it there? They would probably have to call a medical code to treat her. If they want to hire women they need to do a better job of screening them.
Someone should ask Hillary what BC thinks about Betsey Wright.
This could become a bigger story as it progresses.
Ah Betsey, we hardly knew ye...
Very interesting comments at link. Thanks for posting.
Judging by the replies it sounds like convicts in Arkansas have internet access. ;-)
Surprised there isn’t more interest on this story here on FR.
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