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[W3-announce] Platinum st-0ck Ne vvsletter

From: Dino Burrell
Subject: [W3-announce] Platinum st-0ck Ne vvsletter
Date: Sun, 19 Nov 2006 20:23:13 -0060

Two leaders of the Aryan Brotherhood prison gang are to be sentenced next week in federal court in Santa Ana, California. They were convicted on conspiracy charges including instigating a murderous race war at another prison through a message smuggled out of SuperMax.

Mills already is serving a life sentence on a previous conviction.

FLORENCE, Colorado (CNN) -- Two California court cases are raising questions about whether prisoners in the nation's toughest prison, SuperMax, are continuing to commit crimes by smuggling coded messages out of the high-security institution.

A report by the Justice Department's inspector general found the Bureau of Prisons "is unable to effectively monitor the mail of terrorist and other high-risk inmates in order to detect and prevent terrorism and criminal activities."

Officially known as Administrative Maximum (ADX) in Florence, Colorado, SuperMax is home to convicted terrorists such as Olympic bomber Eric Rudolph, Unabomber Ted Kaczynski and Ramzi Yousef, who led the first World Trade Center attack.

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