Bully picture leads campaign

A FRONT page story that appeared in The Morning Bulletin in February has re-emerged as a state-wide campaign to keep drugs out of prisons.

The story, which featured the imprisonment of a pregnant woman who attempted to smuggle drugs into Capricor- nia Correctional Centre for her inmate boyfriend, is now being used in a poster to warn prison visitors against trying the same thing.

Capricornia Correctional Centre general manager Kerrith McDermott said the posters would be displayed in all correctional centres and community corrections offices in Queensland.

"The Morning Bulletin has made an enormous contribution to our efforts, firstly by covering the story so prominently and secondly by allowing us to use it in our new poster,'' she said. The poster was launched yesterday.



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