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” I ask a recruiter from a prison run by the Corrections Corporation of America (CCA). I keep coming back to this question: Is there any other way to see what really happens inside a private prison? Your evaluation looked good and it looked like you were willing to hang in there and hopefully promote. “Everybody’s like, ‘Oh man, I knew it, I knew it, I knew it.'” Collinsworth said that when he found out I was a reporter, he “thought it was cool.” Christian thought “pretty much what most people thought: Can’t wait to read the story!

They didn’t even ask about the time I was arrested for shoplifting when I was 19. “Send me a copy of the article when it’s done,” one of the cops tells him. Oh my God.'” The DOC quickly required the staff to undergo fresh background checks.

When I call Winn Correctional Center in Winnfield, Louisiana, the HR lady who answers is chipper and has a smoky Southern voice. I know it’s not a lot of money, but they say you can go from a CO to a warden in just seven years! We pick up James at a gas station at the edge of Winnfield and drive out of town. CCA’s corporate office sent people to Winn to open what she described as an “extensive” investigation on me.

Police body-cam footage that I later obtained shows one deputy grabbing James’ camera as James struggles to hang on to it, telling the officer that searching his camera and memory cards would be illegal.

After James was cuffed and put in a police cruiser, two officers left their body cameras on.

Geolocation data on the photo Miss Lawson sent me points to the sheriff’s office.

(The Winn Parish sheriff says he was “not aware” of anyone searching James’ things.) In April 2015, about two weeks after I left Winn, CCA notified the DOC that it planned to void its contract for the prison, which had been set to expire in 2020.

I recognized the footage immediately: James had filmed it on the afternoon before he was arrested.

When James was detained, he was careful to protect his camera and the footage on it, even as he was surrounded by SORT officers from the prison and Winn Parish deputies.

When the lawyer told me her son’s name—Damien Coestly—it took me back to my first day on the job, when I was working suicide watch.

It had been a year since I’d pulled my chair across from him as he sat on the toilet, his entire body hidden under his suicide blanket. received a letter from a law firm representing CCA.

According to documents that the DOC later sent me, in late 2014 the department had reviewed CCA’s compliance with its contract and asked it to make immediate changes at Winn.