Was inmate manipulation a factor in Casey White’s escape?

We will likely never get to find out why Alabama correctional officer Vicky White helped inmate Casey White escape from jail.

We will likely never get to find out why Alabama correctional officer Vicky White helped inmate Casey White escape from jail.

One of which saw them posing next to a beautiful swimming pool and snuggled up on the lawn beside it.

Vicky’s death means the chances are slim of ever learning why the veteran correctional officer

But Anthony Gangi, the author of “Correctional Manipulation,” a book about how inmates can manipulate guards, has seen this kind of thing before.

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He calls it “downing a duck” when an inmate takes advantage of a guard.

“Downing a duck is really taking advantage of a staff member that may be a little bit too gullible or naive to the complexity of inmate manipulation,” Gangi said Thursday on NewsNation’s “Prime.”

He said the game of inmate manipulation is very “subtle.”

It can occur when a guard wants to help an inmate without being defined by the roles of the institution, which gives the inmate an opening to take advantag.