Where do inmates at Northpoint shop? Most of us would like to think they don't. Or if they do, it is within the confines of the prison. Well I am here to tell you they now get to shop at Wal-Mart right along side all of us. This is our tax dollars at work.
I hope I am not by myself in this, but I just do not think this is right. These are prisoners. They committed a crime and were sentenced to stay at Northpoint for whatever their sentence is. So they need to stay there and not be allowed to shop in a public place.
While I was at Wal-Mart, I went to the men's restroom. Outside the door was a guard. Inside, by himself, was a prisoner. There was no one else in there with him. That guard did not know who I was. I could have slipped this prisoner anything. That prisoner could have had something planned ahead of time to have someone meet him there. But this guard seemed to be oblivious to any idea that inmate might have something going on.