Death of inmate's pet hamster sparks prison protest - causing £12,000 damage to jail



The death of an inmate's pet hamster was one of the reasons behind a prisoners' protest which caused more than £12,000 damage to their jail.
The drama began when four prisoners climbed onto the "suicide netting" between two floors at HMP Stocken, near Oakham, Rutland.
Two of the inmates remained there for four hours and specially trained officers had to be sent to the prison to rstore order.
Gordon Aspden, prosecuting, told Leicester Crown Court that Craig Mercer (26) and Shane Green( 25) were angry after having their cells searched, when they claimed treasured photographs were... read more

 
30 September 2016 in Regional East, Views: 32
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