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ENTREPRENEURSHIP: Guards Ran Amazon.com for Prisoners; Sold Them Drugs, Took PayPal. A three-year…

ENTREPRENEURSHIP: Guards Ran Amazon.com for Prisoners; Sold Them Drugs, Took PayPal. A three-year investigation by the FBI and Maryland’s U.S. Attorney revealed a sweeping Wednesday indictment against 80 correctional officers, inmates, and accomplices allegedly involved in massive smuggling ring in the state’s largest prison. Correctional officers kept many exchanges cash-free, handing o
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