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Old 08-23-2006, 06:27 PM
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Md. Prisons Official Suddenly Retires

BALTIMORE (AP) - Division of Correction Commissioner Frank C. Sizer Jr. abruptly retired Wednesday amid closer scrutiny from state lawmakers on rising violence in Maryland prisons.

Sizer, 62, was commissioner for three years. He submitted his plans to retire Wednesday with two weeks notice. ``He did not give any reason for his retirement,'' said Jacqueline Lampell, a spokeswoman for the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services.

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Wow...this is big. Can't wait to see what the future brings!
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i can't waite eather
i belive and hope change is coming . at least that s what they say
still there is so much work and so many problems with this prison system
it will take a long time be for it truley is complete . i just hope and pray no more lives are lost . the more attion brong to the puplic the better the results
i belive a civilian review commett is needed to make sure they are addressing the problems .
not just saying they are . and this being a election year they will say anything right now . and we all know this to be true .
well i got a few people running for office coming to the ralley next wensday and i think it will help at least i hope it will
at least this was a start
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I'll be with you all in spirit at the rally...wish I could attend. Hopefully this resignation will bring change...for everyone...the COs, inmates and the loved ones. There are too many inmates trying to make the best of their situation and are trying to get paroled and they are incarcerated with too many inmates that don't have anything to lose so they don't care about anyone. It just adds fuel to the fire. Then there are inexperienced COs that know so many of these inmates from the streets. It's just a terrible situation. It's like this in Texas and Maryland and everywhere across the nation! I know there are so many other problems facing our prison system too...don't know the solutions, but hopefully your rally will bring to forefront many of the problems and get the legislators to LISTEN!
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thank you i hope it dose too !
all i know for real is something good has to come from all these
and this is a small start but a good one i hope
once again thank you
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