Her twin sister Monique is also there for the same reasons. Leigh is still a bitch. They are introduced to some marblemouthed 17-year-old. Jim Beckel Boys are instructed to face against a wall until they are told what to do next. A hardened female inmate who is an avowed member of the Aryan Brotherhood zeroes in on each teen, regardless of race, describing a vivid and terrifying portrait of what she's capable of doing to all of them. I once ran away for a few hours, but I quickly came home because I wanted my mom to make me a sandwich.
Photo by Jim Beckel, The Oklahoman. Kimberly and Donnie Young, of Tulsa, didn't know what else they could do. They are banging on their cell doors, shouting things that make me so scared that I have to cover my ears. Michael Thomas, special services supervisor. As mentioned I've only purchased just the one episode and I loved it. Photo by Jim Beckel, The Oklahoman. She tells her the streets are not going to be kind to her.
She looks really cool in her uniform. Show is great a must see for those who have not! Monet is going to beat the shit out of her crybaby sister when they get home. When she came home she was 25 lbs lighter than when she left. She tells her basketball saved her life. And they shoved everyone into the double wide.
Pay-Per-View videos will become available to watch once the event starts, will be available for playback for 24 hours following the event, and are not available for Download. I only know this because he makes a sign with his hands. There are at least 5 different gangs there. Young kids bragging about how bad they are, smoking weed, selling dope, doing dope, hitting their parents and being brats aside from being little wannabe thugs, they get a rude awakening on how it really is in there and so many break down and bawl. Monique is the alpha twin. Some juveniles are raised to be scared of law enforcement or don't like law enforcement and we try to show them we are on their side and we are trying to help them as much as we can.
Lady Ace is so wise. She recently ran away for a week. At least he sent some tasteful nudes back, she says. Next up, they take them to the juvenile classroom. Marching to a basketball court, the nine boys were brought face-to-face with three inmates. She has a great head on her shoulders! As the boys lined up to go to another location in the jail, Cano thanked the three inmates; two of whom he knew from growing up in the same neighborhood.
When one inmate brought a boy to a corner, the boy became so scared he threw up. Jim Beckel A deputy orders this youth to continue doing push-ups until she tells him he can stop. She probably likes that idea. For two pairs of at-risk girls who enter the Oklahoma County Jail intervention program, jail seems to be no scarier than the streets. So much for being the alpha twin. Samilton is such a good broad. Reality Check is a program that allows at-risk students to spend an afternoon in the Oklahoma County jail and tour the jail while inmates try to scare them straight.
If applicable, we will notify you about this before processing your order. It's not an act we put on, we do this weekly and we try to put these kids in the right direction. Deputy Samilton really takes a liking to Leigh. I hope Leigh really makes a change. Using the sandwiches and juice, the officers taught the boys a lesson about prison life; to take pride in what is theirs, even if they don't like it. He plays a lot of pool in his garage now.
Now lady prisoners are yelling at them. Monet is really angry that Smiley took her shoes. Four at-risk teens from the hard streets of Oklahoma City are confronted by gang members and their own emotions while touring the county jail. She had a similar background to all these monsters, but she turned herself around. They run in place for a while before they line them up from shortest to tallest and yell at them. Then they make him do pushups.
Through the program, Cano has seen children with ties with gangs, children who sold drugs, stole merchandise, children who were involved in fights, were defiant to their parents or have brought weapons to school. The inmates' voices deafened the court, as they got in the boys' faces asking them if they thought they could handle life inside jail. This makes them my obvious favorites of the episode. Why are girls so stupid? After about 10 minutes, almost all the boys were crying and screaming as officers yelled at them to do more physical exercises. For more information, go to the. These fools are still running in place and doing pushups.
The officers told the boys they had 30 minutes to make two sandwiches out of cheese, bologna, bread and mustard, and some were awarded a Kool-Aid-like juice. Monique has started working on her behavior. Emily came with three kids and Luther came with three. The free program is held every Tuesday and takes at-risk children ages 8 to 17. The program does not take children with open court cases or children who are on probation. If downloading is available, you can to two locations.