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Marion Federal Prison Inmate Gets More Time

Sep 9, 2019
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An inmate serving a 25-year sentence at the Marion federal prison will add 18 more years after being convicted of filing fake bankruptcy petitions against federal prison officials, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office.

A Marion federal inmate is potentially facing more time behind bars after he was caught trying to smuggle prescription narcotics into prison.

A federal inmate at the U.S. Penitentiary in Marion is guilty of filing fictitious involuntary bankruptcy petitions.

Fifty-five year old Kurt F. Johnson was convicted for filing the petitions in January against the prison warden and an officer.