In June, prison employee Joyce Mitchell helped two convicts escape from Clinton Correctional Facility, prompting a nearly month-long manhunt
The former New York prison employee who helped Richard Matt and David Sweat escape back in June is going behind bars.
When Richard Matt and David Sweat broke out of the Clinton Correctional Facility in June, guards took their frustrations out on other inmates, prisoners claim.
After the Two Killers Escaped from New York Prison, Guards Reportedly Unleashed Hell on Other Inmates
Inmates say they were threatened with waterboarding, sent to solitary confinement, and straight-up punched in the face as guards desperately tried to figure out what happened in the days after the escape.
Joyce Mitchell Has Pleaded Guilty to Helping the Two Murderers Escape From New York Prison Last Month
The 51-year-old former employee at the upstate Clinton Correctional Facility has copped to smuggling blades, chisels, and other tools on behalf of Richard Matt and David Sweat. Now she faces up to seven years in prison.
Richard Matt, the one with the freakishly enormous dick, may have died while drunk on "grape liquor." His accomplice, David Sweat, was taken into custody after being shot on Sunday.
The remaining escapee from a maximum-security prison in upstate New York was shot by a state trooper in a town just a few miles from the Canadian border.
His 49th birthday was yesterday.
A Second Guard Was Arrested for Allegedly Helping the Two Murderers Escape from New York's Scariest Prison
Officer Gene Palmer is accused of helping to smuggle tools to Richard Matt and David Sweat in some ground beef.
The latest clues—along with a reported DNA match—emerged in an upstate New York cabin.
Authorities have descended on a town about 350 miles away from the maximum security prison where convicted murderers David Sweat and Richard Matt escaped two weeks ago.
Details in the press about the prison break have grown increasingly lurid, with tales of large penises, sex on railroad tracks, and a bizarre spousal murder plot.