Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Former Florida prisons chief who took kickbacks released from federal prison

Former Florida DOC Secretary, James Crosby sent to prison for corruption involving kickbacks, was released today from federal prison.  His sentence was reduced last year after he helped authorities convict two co-defendants who participated in a $130,000 kick back scheme to Crosby and one of his chief district administrators, AC Clark.  The Kickbacks involved a canteen/commissary contract between the FDOC and Keefe Commissary Network - that still has the FDOC contract and has never been prosecuted for their part in the scheme.

Clark was convicted and sent to prison as well and released after serving less time than Crosby.

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