Many security lapses led to Texas inmate’s escape


HOUSTON (AP) — A multitude of security lapses such as inadequate strip searches, poorly applied restraints, a staffing shortage and an environment where correctional officers became complacent created the conditions that led to the May escape of a Texas inmate, resulting in the deaths of five people, according to two reviews of the incident that were released Thursday.

After Gonzalo Lopez, 46, fled a prison bus on May 12 during an escape in which he was able to break free from his…



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