Judge Paula Francisco is continuing the conviction of Maurice Wakefield II for attempting to steal tobacco hidden up another prisoners rectum.
This conviction could have Wakefield serving up to 18 years in prison.
Back in March 16, 2017 Wakefield and other prisoners were aware that an inmate had tobacco in a plastic bag hidden up his rectum. After the inmate denied giving up the rectum tobacco, Wakefield and others attempted to forcefully remove it.
They used toothbrushes to try and get the tobacco out of the prisoners rectum, which led the attacked inmate bloody with the tobacco still in his anus.
The jury has convicted Wakefield with charges of involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, conspiracy, aggravated assault, assault by prisoner, making terroristic threats, unlawful restrain, simple assault, and reckless endangerment.
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