New details in the case of two convicted killers who escaped from a Panama Beach prison suggest that forged documents played a part in their release, the Orlando Sentinel reports. ( http://wfts.tv/H7iYzK )
This comes after authorities arrested Joseph Jenkins and Charles Walker, then discovered the two got out because documents for their release had been forged.
One of the convicts was recaptured in Pinellas County.
According to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, there may be as many as seven cases of inmates trying to leave prison with forged papers. Officials are continuing to investigate how it happened.
Read the Orlando Sentinel's report here: http://wfts.tv/H7iYzK
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