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Old 11-06-2013, 06:50 PM
Location: Georgia, on the Florida line, right above Tallahassee
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Note, that prison cell is a bloody....bloody crime scene.

After the initial story was published, the office leveled new accusations against Collins, saying he had missed work without approval and questioning his actions in a jailhouse attack. And the office said it had begun the "process of removing Collins from the OPSO payroll records."

By late Tuesday, however, Gusman spokesman Phil Stelly said "he is not terminated, he has not been suspended, he has not been removed from the payroll, and we encourage him to come back to work." He said the office tried to reach Collins to let him know he could report for duty, which Collins disputed.

Sheriff Gusman's office says Orleans Parish Prison whistleblower now welcome back to work | NOLA.com

I wouldn't go back to work, bro. Not for a million bucks. Not there, anyways.
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