TPG, thanks very much for the info. Hidalgo County seems to need some federal intervention pronto.
Texas Department of Corrections doesn't allow conjugal visits..... Hidalgo County Jail does? I think not.
I have to agree with you High Desert those children couldn't possibly be his if he was in jail and on trial in 2003 and sentenced in 2003. Both are using two innocent children for sympathy and hoping he will be spared.
Werner Herzog has a documentary about death row inmates. One lady has conceived a child with an inmate whose partner in crime got the death penalty, he got life. The woman married to the lifer did not elaborate how she got her husbands sperm, but it sounds like it was taken out of the prison. The only way I can figure that this is done is that a guard took it out and got paid to do it.
I don't know if TX lifers have contact visits in a visiting room, but at one time FL did for death row inmates. That is how Ted Bundy fathered a daughter while on death row. He and his wife paid a guard to look the other way while they had sex in between some vending machines in the visiting room.
I know that TX death row does not have contact visits (other than with legal representatives). It would be quite the mystery for one of them to father a child. In county lock-up it might would be easier, especially given the information that tpg has provided.
In WA, Kenneth Bianchi (of Hillside Stranglers fame), not on death row, smuggled out sperm to a co-hort who planned to use it in a copy-cat murder so he would be freed. The accomplice was unsuccessful and imprisoned herself for attacking a woman. (This has little to do with this post, but I find it such a crazy thing I had to add it!)
Yes it is...although Herzog is clearly anti death penalty, he is a brilliant film maker and even described Perry when he interviewed him a a sociopath.
Florida had visitis with contact and as I heard when I was there, some people could have "closer contacts" but I do not know how, I mean, not with the help of any guard. You can easily imagine that with contact anything can happen. Different is where visits with contact are not allowed like it works in Texas, and
not without the "assistance" of someone, so to say, not under suspition...
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