A corrections officer with the Jackson County Correctional Institute has been arrested for allegedly selling tobacco to an inmate.
Timothy William Moody, 27, 216 Brookwood Ave., Commerce, was charged with crossing guard line with contraband and violation of oath of public officer.
The arrest came after an internal investigation by the Georgia Department of Corrections. The investigator reported that the officer had allegedly brought tobacco across the guard line and taken money for it.
Really? Would you honestly want to live in a world where the main reiilgon is islam? where they treat a woman like nothing, they have NO rights, cant even walk down the street without a man and have to cover there face, an chop a persons hand off for stealing it is a hateful reiilgon. their own words say they do not exept any reiilgon exept their own, and will not stop until all other reiilgons are non-existent. THAT is hateful. It is a reiilgon of hate. Go live in an islamic state for awhile
since he brought contraband into jail that makes him guilty just like if you or I did it, in addition to taking money for it....
he is the example.... at some point just because you get a badge does not mean you do not have excuse to violate moral or legal rules and not suffer the wrath of the system
12/03/12 at 09:21 PM
The system is quite wrathful for such small offenses.
taking bribes for contraband smuggling?
12/04/12 at 07:44 AM
yes so wraithful they are I think they should let cellphones in, cigerrettes, reefer, cocaine lsd....
12/04/12 at 09:36 AM
The man sold some tobacco. Oh my God. Give him life! He lost his job. Did you ever lose a job? It's painful. I think he should be punished and he has been. Our society likes to rub people into the mud until they can't make it on their own then we need to subsidize them. Get a clue. This was not drugs. It was tobacco. You know what's wrong with America? We're no longer human. Grace has failed and now only the law will prevail. How sad. You deserve the mean society you've created. I hope it doesn't come back to bite ya, cause it usually does.
with tobacco it is worth more then money, it is treasured commodity and used in manners to cause unsafe conditions, he got caught for tobacco but he mmay have been costing an inmate or coworker their life
12/05/12 at 07:40 AM