These days everyone has a Facebook page. Grandparents, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, they're all on there. It's an easy way to keep up with everything that goes on outside of your own little bubble, after all. If you've have recently committed a crime that you fear might land yourself in the medium security Granite Reformatory in Oklahoma, don't worry about all those missed notifications. You can maintain your page from prison!
A Fox News investigation recently uncovered the Facebook page of a prisoner at Granite Reformatory who not only had a Facebook page, but a cell phone, bags of weed, alcohol and knives in his cell.
Justin Walker, who is serving a 30-year sentence for killing an Oklahoma sheriff, started posting pictures to his Facebook page in November of this year. The images included him partying with fellow inmates in his cell, smoking a homemade bong and brandishing bags of weed and homemade knives. Walker even posted pictures of his daughter posing with guns.
His Facebook page has since been removed and Gawker reports that officers managed to find his weed and cell phone. He has also been moved to Oklahoma State Penitentiary where, hopefully, he'll have fewer opportunities to party and a little more time to reflect on what landed him jail in the first place.
Check out the Fox 23 report below, which shows pictures from Justin "Jus N" Walker's Facebook page.