In the news recently there have been many reports of the two convicted murderers who escaped from an “escape proof” prison using power tools to cut through metal walls and pipes.
It has been shown that a female supervisor over one of the trades inside the prison was involved with the escape
A female prison worker being questioned by police over her role in the extraordinary escape of two convicted killers from a maximum security prison has said one of them ‘made her feel special’ and she ‘thought it was love’, according to reports.
Joyce Mitchell, a 51-year-old grandmother and an industrial training supervisor of Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora, New York, reportedly planned to be the getaway driver for Richard Matt, 48, and David Sweat, 34, but got cold feet at the last minute.
In the end, Mitchell, checked herself into a hospital for nerves on Saturday, the day the inmates were discovered missing from their cells, having drilled holes in the cement walls with power tools they obtained.