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Joe Parrish recently posted a comment on his Facebook wall about a visit with his sister to his 27 friends.
Sounds harmless, right? There are innumerable similar messages posted everyday on many different social media sites. What sets this scenario apart is that Joe Parrish is an inmate at the US-based Pocahontas State Correctional Center within the Virginia Department of Corrections (DOC), serving a 16-year sentence for involuntary manslaughter.
Parrish was able to update his page by relaying information to family members, who colluded with him in posting the information.
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