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:) A friend can camo- paint a cheapo .22 auto pistol, tie on a pc of fishline, swing it around a few times, and throw that sob nearly 100m, at night. It will probably just lay out there in the grass next day, til the inmate who KNOWS to look for it recovers it. He's ALREADY dug a hole for it under the sod of the yard someplace, of course, next to a metal post, bleacher, etc, so the metal detectors will be screwed up in that area. Then the negotiations start between his attorney and the prison's warden. Get your sentence under 5 years(actually left to SERVE) you can go to an unfenced "camp", if u have no "violence' in your jacket. VERY few dope sentences, "maintenance-$" sort of dealing, go over 10 years, actually SERVED, and most don't go over 5 years, in State prisons anyway. Just know enough to NEVER sell base or "crack" coke. Stick to powder-coke, get about 10% as long a sentence as if you sold "rock" coke. Almost no unarmed bank robber gets more than 5 years, first offense, and the armed ones rarely get over 10 years, first offense. So ONE buddy, with some balls, who knows what to do, CAN get you OUT.
 

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most prisons do NOT have walls, they have woven wire fences. Only the inside fence has a motion sensor on it. The outside one, your buddy can cut thru as fast and sloppily as he wants. The inside one, you have to slowly, carefully, cut a 2 ft square section out of, and remove it, then BOTH of you start cutting and removing sections of the coiled razor wire. Take about 5 minutes, but a fight, fire, etc on the OTHER side of the prison will "buy" five minutes, often and easily. A tunnel, from the OUTSIDE in, would be a fairly safe, simple (if long, slow process) too,from some nearby building or other unseen area (like a ditch culvert, behind a big hill, bunch of trees, etc.
 

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Fed sentence is determined by a chart. down one

side is the "offense severity". Across the top of the chart is your "criminal history". Where the lines cross, will be your "sentencing range". It will say something like 24-30 months", or 60-72 months", etc. You have to serve 85% of your sentence, in Fed system. You MIGHT, however, swing a 6 month halfway house, and like I said, under 5years, you can probably get to an unfenced "camp", where you can simply "walk away" some night (in a storm).Way over 1/3rd of the Fed inmates are in camps, because it costs HALF as much to keep you in a camp as in a fenced "medium security" prison. It cost TWICE as much to keep you in a "high-security" prison as in a medium security one, and the Feds only HAVE half a dozen of the "high" places, and only one 'max'. There's only room in the "high-security" Fed joints for about 10,000 inmates. So, of the 160,000 (or so) Fed inmates, a HUGE % MUST be held in the unsecured 'camps".
 

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Soon, everyone convicted and sentenced to prison or probation will be implated with GPS trackable chips. They'll start with the Fed prisoners and parolees first.

Walls and fences will be irrelavent then. You get a certain distance from a certain location and the computer automatically alerts the stormtroopers.
 
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