BOISE, Idaho (AP) — President Barack Obama has granted a conditional commutation to an Idaho man serving time on a drug charge. Jose Flores Molina of Nampa was one of 98 people in the round of commutations announced by the White House last week.
To become an inmate on death row, you have to have committed some pretty disturbing crimes. Often at execution, the criminal is allowed to say some last words and sometimes those words only add to the creepiness.
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Idaho's top prison official says the state will no longer house inmates in so-called dry cells — a type of cell without beds, sinks or toilets — and that all other segregated housing in the state's prisons is under review.
We often hear stories about criminals doing stupid things or criminals doing horrible things. But the fact of it all is that they broke the law - that's why they are referred to as criminals. For that reason it really bugs me when I read about inmates complaining about not having cable TV or that they don't get the best food. NEWSFLASH - if you don't like it - don't break the law!
Valentine's Day is a day of love and romance and people doing crazy stuff to show how much they care about their partner. A lot of the time the day includes surprises because that makes more sense than planning the day together and relieving a ton of stress! But, sometimes you have to make it a surprise and this guys Valentine's Day surprise was better than yours. It was also probably a lot more i
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A gang war that appears to have taken over parts of an Idaho private prison is spilling into the federal courts. Eight inmates at the Idaho Correctional Center are suing the Corrections Corporation of America in Boise's U...
It began with a conjugal visit, and ended with a bold attempt at a prison break.
Nineteen-year-old Maria del Mar Arjona used the privacy of the conjugal visit room in a Mexican prison to stuff her common law husband Juan Ramirez Tijerina -- who is serving a 20-year sentence for a 2007 conviction for illegal weapons possession -- in a suitcase.
Three inmates at the Cape May County Correctional Center in New Jersey wanted their drugs so badly, they used a children's coloring book to sneak them into their prison cells. We hate to give criminals so much credit, but the whole process was undeniably ingenious.
With the help of two civilians, the inmates painted numerous coloring books with what looked to be water color, but was actually a liq