Evolution is supported and endorsed by governments, the media, our major educational institutions and many big businesses.But look at this site and see how much can be achieved with a little effort from God's people in supporting such outreach.Hugueley, who in addition to murdering his mother in 1986 was convicted of killing a prison counselor and a fellow inmate, expressed zero remorse for his actions when reached by WSMV in a jailhouse interview."I will not apologize for any of the crimes I've committed, never," the Swastika-marked inmate said.The agency also aggressively pursues criminal prosecution against anyone who introduce or attempt to introduce cellular phones into our facilities. We remain vigilant in our fight to reduce contraband in our facilities," their statement concluded. "I requested anger management; they said I didn't have a problem with anger.My response was well, I know a couple people you can dig up and ask them." A spokeswoman for Tennessee's Department of Corrections, reached by the station, called smuggled cell phones an "ongoing problem that every corrections agency is aware of and diligently working against." "The TDOC continues to be proactive by countering the issue with available technology and continuing to seek out additional methods.
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In addition to posing for photos and making nearly 80 online friends while locked inside Nashville's Riverbend Maximum Security Institution, the conniving jailbird appears soliciting for drugs and illegal contraband from the outside.
"Would u like 2 earn an extra grand or so each week? however it is ILLEGAL," read a post under his username "deathrowprisoner68." The post, since taken down, goes on to list prices for someone willing to smuggle in a cell phone, a pound of tobacco and an ounce of marijuana.
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