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Monday, 17 May 2010

Gang link to guard's death - crime - national |

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Gang link to guard's death - crime - national | "Palmer was punched in the head about 1pm on Saturday while unlocking a prisoner's cell door and died yesterday in Middlemore Hospital.
The US-born father of two was with two other prison officers who went to let the prisoner out of his single cell in the north Waikato prison.
Corrections Association president Beven Hanlon said Mr Palmer wanted out of Spring Hill. 'Jason was looking for a transfer. He felt unsafe there.'
Mr Hanlon also confirmed five senior Spring Hill prison guards had transferred to Waikeria Prison over the past 12 months due to fears for their safety.
The Waikato Times understands two of those officers took a demotion, with one taking a pay cut of around $12,000 a year.
The prisoner accused of assaulting Mr Palmer was believed to be under segregation at the time of the attack, and has since been shifted to the maximum security unit in Auckland Prison at Paremoremo."

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