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Employment History

Guard

The GEO Group


Corrections Officer

County Detention Center


Corrections Officer

Val Verde County Detention


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Lawsuits | Texas Prison Bid'ness

www.texasprisonbidness.org [cached]

The GEO guard, Emmanuel Cassio, who was 18 at the time of the crime, will serve 16 months for the crime.
According to the article, Cassio was employed as a jailer at the Val Verde Cunty Detention Center, which is operated by The GEO Group, a private company, under a contract with Val Verde County, from late April 2006 until he was fired in late November 2006, Val Verde County Detention Center Warden John Campbell told the Del Rio News-Herald in a previous interview. Cassio pleaded guilty to the two charges on April 30, 2008. "Cassio admitted that on Oct. 31, 2006, while working as a corrections officer at the Val Verde County Detention Center, he used unreasonable force when he repeatedly punched an inmate without provocation," the press release from the U.S. Attorney's Office noted. "Cassio agreed that his assault violated the inmate's constitutional right to be free of unreasonable force by law enforcement officers. Additionally, Cassio admitted that he obstructed justice when he provided false information about the incident to investigators," the press release read. Val Verde County Sheriff's Office investigators, who initiated an investigation of the allegations against Cassio at the request of Campbell and Val Verde County Sheriff A. D'Wayne Jernigan, said Cassio walked into a cell and "struck an inmate with his fist." Val Verde County Sheriff's Office investigators, who initiated an investigation of the allegations against Cassio at the request of Campbell and Val Verde County Sheriff A. D'Wayne Jernigan, said Cassio walked into a cell and "struck an inmate with his fist." Larry Pope, head of the sheriff's office criminal investigations division and who attended Wednesday's sentencing of Cassio in federal court here.


atlanta.bizjournals.com

County Detention Center corrections officer Emmanuel CassioThe indictment alleges that on Oct. 31, 2006, Cassio assaulted and injured an inmate in violation of the inmate's constitutional right not to be subjected to excessive force by a corrections officer. An indictment is only an allegation, and a defendant is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.A trial date for Cassio has not been set.The Civil Rights Division is committed to the aggressive enforcement of the nation's civil rights laws.In the past seven years of this Administration, the Division has convicted over 50 percent more defendants for color of law, or official misconduct, violations than in the previous seven years.


www.texasprisonbidness.org

The GEO guard, Emmanuel Cassio, who was 18 at the time of the crime, will serve 16 months for the crime.According to the article, Cassio was employed as a jailer at the Val Verde Cunty Detention Center, which is operated by The GEO Group, a private company, under a contract with Val Verde County, from late April 2006 until he was fired in late November 2006, Val Verde County Detention Center Warden John Campbell told the Del Rio News-Herald in a previous interview.Cassio pleaded guilty to the two charges on April 30, 2008."Cassio admitted that on Oct. 31, 2006, while working as a corrections officer at the Val Verde County Detention Center, he used unreasonable force when he repeatedly punched an inmate without provocation," the press release from the U.S. Attorney's Office noted."Cassio agreed that his assault violated the inmate's constitutional right to be free of unreasonable force by law enforcement officers.Additionally, Cassio admitted that he obstructed justice when he provided false information about the incident to investigators," the press release read.Val Verde County Sheriff's Office investigators, who initiated an investigation of the allegations against Cassio at the request of Campbell and Val Verde County Sheriff A. D'Wayne Jernigan, said Cassio walked into a cell and "struck an inmate with his fist."Val Verde County Sheriff's Office investigators, who initiated an investigation of the allegations against Cassio at the request of Campbell and Val Verde County Sheriff A. D'Wayne Jernigan, said Cassio walked into a cell and "struck an inmate with his fist."Larry Pope, head of the sheriff's office criminal investigations division and who attended Wednesday's sentencing of Cassio in federal court here.


www.texasprisonbidness.org

The GEO guard, Emmanuel Cassio, who was 18 at the time of the crime, will serve 16 months for the crime.According to the article, Cassio was employed as a jailer at the Val Verde Cunty Detention Center, which is operated by The GEO Group, a private company, under a contract with Val Verde County, from late April 2006 until he was fired in late November 2006, Val Verde County Detention Center Warden John Campbell told the Del Rio News-Herald in a previous interview. Cassio pleaded guilty to the two charges on April 30, 2008. "Cassio admitted that on Oct. 31, 2006, while working as a corrections officer at the Val Verde County Detention Center, he used unreasonable force when he repeatedly punched an inmate without provocation," the press release from the U.S. Attorney's Office noted. "Cassio agreed that his assault violated the inmate's constitutional right to be free of unreasonable force by law enforcement officers.Additionally, Cassio admitted that he obstructed justice when he provided false information about the incident to investigators," the press release read. Val Verde County Sheriff's Office investigators, who initiated an investigation of the allegations against Cassio at the request of Campbell and Val Verde County Sheriff A. D'Wayne Jernigan, said Cassio walked into a cell and "struck an inmate with his fist." "The inmate then made a remark and the jailer returned and hit him again.Additionally, Cassio admitted that he obstructed justice when he provided false information about the incident to investigators," the press release read. Val Verde County Sheriff's Office investigators, who initiated an investigation of the allegations against Cassio at the request of Campbell and Val Verde County Sheriff A. D'Wayne Jernigan, said Cassio walked into a cell and "struck an inmate with his fist." "The inmate then made a remark and the jailer returned and hit him again.Larry Pope, head of the sheriff's office criminal investigations division and who attended Wednesday's sentencing of Cassio in federal court here. GEO's Val Verde Detention Center has certainly not been without operational problems.


www.prnewswire.com

County Detention Center corrections officer Emmanuel Cassio with federal civil rights violations. The indictment alleges that on Oct. 31, 2006, Cassio assaulted and injured an inmate in violation of the inmate's constitutional right not to be subjected to excessive force by a corrections officer. An indictment is only an allegation, and a defendant is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.A trial date for Cassio has not been set. The Civil Rights Division is committed to the aggressive enforcement of the nation's civil rights laws.In the past seven years of this Administration, the Division has convicted over 50 percent more defendants for color of law, or official misconduct, violations than in the previous seven years.


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