posted on Nov, 25 2012 @ 07:43 AM
Just thought I'd throw this out there:
Well, aren’t they using private institutions in some cases to house inmates? And aren’t some of those institutions guaranteed 100% bed occupation?
And don’t some of them get paid a daily amount for each prisoner they house?
So, what if they could say they were housing a prisoner, had all the paperwork to prove it, but the prisoner wasn’t really there? And if they gave
someone a new identity, in exchange for their old one, they wouldn’t have to worry about the ss# or birth certificate showing up outside the prison
walls. They could probably be making some pretty good money.
Not saying this is happening, or even plausible, but I could see it.