WTF! Imprisoned Gang Leader Knocks Up 4 Of The Prison’s Guards! (DETAILS)

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    How does an imprisoned man find the time to knock up four of the guards that were hired to watch him?

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    Apparently by corrupting them.

    Maryland gang member, Tavon White, is accused of running a scheme to smuggle contraband into the prison by persuading 13 female prison guards from behind bars. But for four of those women, that persuasion included getting it in…and eventually getting pregnant.

    A federal indictment says Tavon White has been charged in the plot to smuggle drugs, cell phones and other contraband into the Baltimore jail and other corrections facilities, along with the prison guards, six of his fellow inmates and five others with gang ties who allegedly operated outside the jails.

    The indictment also says the ring involved sex between the inmates and guards, which led to four of the officers becoming pregnant by White, the leader of a jailhouse gang called the Black Guerrilla Family. 

    White is accused of “corrupting” the female officers through personal and sexual relationships and other bribes. Eventually he convinced them to join his ring.

    According to MyFoxDC:

    The ring became increasingly brazen and confident over time, with White quoted as saying: “You understand me? This is my jail. I am dead serious, I make every final call in this jail.” 

    Who the hell does he think he is?

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    The gang members and the corrections officers have been charged with conspiracy, drug possession and distribution and money laundering.

    So a criminal with no money, no freedom, and arguably no looks now has four children on the way and their mothers are all prison guards? This man is a hell of a persuader! SMH!

    SOURCE: MyFoxDC

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