A prison break on June 7 this year. Anything is possible in New York. This is supposed to be a high security prison facility, remember?
The two men (David Sweat, 34; Richard Matt, 48) cut through steel walls and pipings, before crawling through an underground tunnel, then climbing out of a manhole outside Clinton Correctional Facility, in Dannemora, New York.
They got the tools from a female prison employee, with whom Richard Matt had some sort of (sex)relationship. Thanks to her, the two prisoners were able to obtain the powertools. They cut open the wall in their cell with it, then cut open pipings during the nights. Somehow they were then able to crawl all the way through to the other side of the prison wall. I find that hard to believe.
- Why can prisoners obtain powertools in their cell?
- Why are they able to use these powertools, without anyone noticing?
- If the drainage is cut like that, wouldnot it smell and leak for days?
- Why is it that easy to climb through pipings, all the way outside?
- Is this manhole really large enough to climb through?
- With all modern technology, is it truely possible to do this unnoticed?
- And can prisoners wear hoodies? Who decided that was ok?
- Electricity, cooking devices… are not these considered potential weapons?
- Even an electricity extension lead without electricity: it is a potential weapon. Normally you can’t even wear shoe laces when in prison, to make sure you don’t hang yourself!
People, I see this as another story I have to look into. So far, I did not have the time to do it. Since this Friday, as Richard Matt was shot dead, I feel the need to already let you know: what is going on? And there is so much media coverage in the USA. Why on earth would they report all police actions of “the men hunt” to people worldwide? It is almost a real life soap.
This is the manhole they are supposed to have been crawling out off. Here is the link to google maps: link.
On google maps can actually this specific manhole. To me it seems small for a person to actually crawl into. So far I learned these guys were both 1,80 metres tall. That’s not tall, but these are certainly not small people either.