Halfway house dates taken from federal prisoners, leading into the holidays
November 6, 2017

“Today, November 6th, Cedric Lamont Dean was scheduled to walk out of the Federal Correctional Institution at Elkton, Ohio. He has served 23-years for drug conspiracy charges.  Instead, due to “alleged” budget cuts, the Bureau of Prisons (BOP) cancelled Cedric’s halfway house date, destroying all the plans his mother, Betty Baker had set into action in order to welcome her only child back into the family fold.  For Cedric, telling his mother he would not be coming home as planned, was the hardest thing he’s done since self-surrendering to authorities many years ago.”

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