He's known as "Jus N Walk" and he's a known member of the Aryan Brotherhood Gang. He's not shy about posing with his cellmates.
Folks we talked to on the street are shocked.
"They are living it up in there," says a
Convicted murderer, Justin walker shows himself smoking what appears to be a homemade bong inside his cell at the Granite Reformatory, a medium security facility in southwest
"He's smoking a bong in jail? In prison?" asks another man on the street.
"A pound of weed? Wow, bag of it. In prison?" says another man on the street.
"He has something in his hand, it looks like a knife," says one of the men on the street.
It's a shank and he's licking it.
"What kind of image is he setting for kids? These kids that are on Facebook and you got someone that is inside the institution that is loose like that?" says a mother on the street.
Facebook shows the pictures are uploaded from a cell phone and on his Facebook page is a picture of
"That's an i-Phone. It's a Blackberry," says two friends on the street.
The spokesperson for the Department of Corrections says it's a felony to have a cell phone in a correctional facility and officers aggressively investigate cases where inmates have smuggled in contraband.
"I've heard they throw that stuff over the fence to them," says man on the street.
Or smuggle phones and drugs hidden and in their body.
He's even told friends on Facehook how to send money so correctional officers can't track it.
"Walmart or walgreens sell green dot cards its called greendot" money pack reload card " it will hav 14 numbers on it then text me the numbers . Then I give em to my boy that got the store.cause they take all my money that's sent in I got big azz fines and medical bills for smashin fools out. Westsidin m/fers. You aint got ta send me any thing girl I know its hard on ya'll out there."
The Granite Reformatory would only tell
Although, around Walker did post on his Facebbok "Just chillin its count time smoking a cig thinking about today's events."
The Department of Corrections says it's up to the District Attorney in
Federal officials are working on a law that would allow them to install a jamming system to ban inmates from using cell phones.