April 22nd, 2011
“They (contraband phones) come in through many ways – staff, vendors, contractors, packages, visitors, outside work crews. We have found them in the garbage, in cereal boxes, in hollowed out Bibles, in shoes, in footballs, in body cavities, in a can of food.” - Terry Thornton, a spokesperson for the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.
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