Daring escape, with a nail clipper

Daring escape, with a nail clipper

 

Six prisoners have escaped from a prison in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan (the center of the country) making my way with nail clippers – informed the BBC network on its website. Penitencjariusze, including four murderers, who drilled a hole in the brick wall with nail clippers, were caught. – We didn't think so, that we can escape – one of the inmates told the investigating officer, but the refugees continued to dig in the wall because of it “they had something to do” – adds the prisoner. The convicts managed to drill into the wall, because they were covered by their friends playing cards. Inmates, they managed to scratch a hole in the wall of the cell first, and then, with the help of blankets and sheets, they made their way through the outer wall of the prison complex. After the escape report came out, Saskatchewan provincial authorities have allocated 68 million dollars to modify the prison.