Pennsylvania court upholds inmate's conviction for brutal attack of prisoner with contraband tobacco in his rectum
Added 11-11-19 10:13:02pm EST - “A Pennsylvania appeals court upheld a prisoner's conviction for his involvement in an attack on a fellow inmate in an attempt to steal contraband tobacco the man hid in his rectum.” - Nydailynews.com
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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Nydailynews.com: “Pennsylvania court upholds inmate’s conviction for brutal attack of prisoner with contraband tobacco in his rectum”. Below is an excerpt from the article.
A Pennsylvania appeals court upheld a prisoner’s conviction for his involvement in an attack on a fellow inmate in an attempt to steal contraband tobacco the man hid in his rectum.
Maurice Wakefield II received a 9- to 18-year sentence for his role in the March 2017 attack at the Blair County Prison in Hollidaysburg, a town about 60 miles east of Pittsburgh.
Wakefield and several other inmates knew another prisoner had tobacco in a plastic bag inside his rectum and demanded he turn it over.
The prisoner attempted to comply but couldn’t pass the bag naturally, so Wakefield and his cohorts attempted to remove the tobacco by force.
The gang used two toothbrushes without success, and only left the other prisoner battered and bloodied.
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