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Authorities detect messenger dog in La Joya prison

Authorities detect messenger dog in La Joya prison

Those deprived of liberty continue to try to enter items into prisons through using animals.
The General Directorate of the Penitentiary System of Panama reported this Monday on the detection of a dog that served as a postman between the pavilions of the La Joya prison, which was intercepted by security personnel.

According to the report from this address, the animal had a letter tied to its neck detailing the sale of alleged illicit substances , greetings among those deprived of liberty and at the end of the letter the authors requested that if they wanted something: "mark , as indicated by the director of the Penitentiary System, Andrés Gutierrez.

"We continue to reinforce security to prevent this type of anomaly from taking place in prisons, with the recurrent use of animals for the transfer and sale of illegal substances, for which we are taking the pertinent corrections," Gutiérrez assured.

The report details that the actions are carried out jointly with the National Police to maintain an environment conducive to the development of re-socialization programs.

It should be noted that previously through this modus operandi of those deprived of liberty, the intention of entering illicit substances and messages through a dove, a cat, drones and now the dog, has been discovered.
Comments

Sid 42 days ago
Here is a idea. Maybe just build a fence around the place like they do around prisons in the real world

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