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    Female Inmates ~ Sex Chat & Big $$

    An unusual internet case has gotten the attention of the Missouri Attorney General. It involves sex, nearly $300 thousand and 33 female inmates.

    Thursday, Jay Nixon filed legal papers to freeze the inmates accounts. He claims the women used online penpals to earn more than 290 thousand thousand dollars.

    Many suggestive pictures got the attention of men across the country as they surfed the web. Those websites used seductive letters by female inmates. Some of the letters are titled "Captive Angel" and "A Caged Beauty Seeking A Long Term Relationship." Others requested older gentlemen to reply.

    The women offered to satisfy a man's needs and fulfill any sexual fantasies online. The women promise steamy talk and love, in exchange for cash. According to Attorney General Nixon, men were "paying 50 to 75 dollars a month to get excited." At least 33 Missouri prisoners managed to collect nearly $300 thousand.

    Nixon says the online dating service shouldn't be a way for inmates to cash in. He says state law allows the profits to go toward the cost of housing certain inmates. "Under Missouri law, for certain serious felonies like murder, arson and others, we are allowed to go after and make sure they pay for their own jail time."

    http://www.ksdk.com/news/news_articl...?storyid=87961

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    LOL I think I've heard it all now! What idiot wants to have a sex chat with a murderer? If the money goes to pay for their incarceration, then let them all work doing that IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Casshew
    An unusual internet case has gotten the attention of the Missouri Attorney General. It involves sex, nearly $300 thousand and 33 female inmates.

    Thursday, Jay Nixon filed legal papers to freeze the inmates accounts. He claims the women used online penpals to earn more than 290 thousand thousand dollars.

    Many suggestive pictures got the attention of men across the country as they surfed the web. Those websites used seductive letters by female inmates. Some of the letters are titled "Captive Angel" and "A Caged Beauty Seeking A Long Term Relationship." Others requested older gentlemen to reply.

    The women offered to satisfy a man's needs and fulfill any sexual fantasies online. The women promise steamy talk and love, in exchange for cash. According to Attorney General Nixon, men were "paying 50 to 75 dollars a month to get excited." At least 33 Missouri prisoners managed to collect nearly $300 thousand.

    Nixon says the online dating service shouldn't be a way for inmates to cash in. He says state law allows the profits to go toward the cost of housing certain inmates. "Under Missouri law, for certain serious felonies like murder, arson and others, we are allowed to go after and make sure they pay for their own jail time."

    http://www.ksdk.com/news/news_articl...?storyid=87961
    Are the inmates actually online chatting? You wouldn't think they would be allowed to do that.



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