There's No Use In Trying To Escape From This Floating Prison (7 pics)

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The Vernon C. Bain Correctional Center is a floating barge that houses inmates from the New York Department of Corrections. The barge holds 800 beds, and it's nearly impossible to escape.

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№1 Author: Nick1090 (26 Nov 2016 15:24) Total user comments: 1257


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An escape occurred in February 2004 when the girlfriend of an inmate gave him a handcuff key.[27] The inmate was handcuffed by one wrist to another inmate, but he was able to, without any prison employee noticing, remove the cuffs and free himself.[28] The inmate was able to cling to the undercarriage of a prisoner transport bus to ride away from the facility. He let go of the bus in the South Bronx and walked away, but was apprehended nearly a month later. Six officers and a captain were given administrative leave due to the incident.[27] The corrections commissioner said the escape was caused by a combination of the inmate's quick thinking and the officers' sloppy work.[28]

In early 2013, an inmate charged with petty larceny successfully slipped out of his handcuffs as he arrived at the Bain Center.[29][30][31]
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