Brady “had tons of computers…But everybody was just putting their own computers together — I’m telling you this place was wide open for 10 years. They let us feed into that,” inmate Kevin Krinkle told investigators. “…I built the one (computer) in R-Block. I put the hard drives in and I loaded it. I did everything.”
Meyer’s report also said that MCI allowed employees to bring movies into the prison from rental stores. Inmates copied the movies and the prison showed them on the in-house TV system, in violation of copyright laws and contracts MCI had with two companies.
In April 2017, an inspector general report at MCI found inmates had assigned to the computer recycling program had used refurbished devices to access the prison system’s internal IT network as well as the Internet to commit identity fraud and obtain debit card accounts.