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Prison guard may face sack for drug dealing

Jakarta : Indonesia | Jul 15, 2012 at 6:39 PM PDT
Source: The Jakarta Post
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The city's Law and Human Rights Agency revealed over the weekend that a prison guard at Cipinang penitentiary may be fired for his involvement in a drug network controlled by one of the prison's inmates. We are waiting for a decision from the police [regarding the investigation]. FULL ARTICLE AT The Jakarta Post
 
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