Transcript for Prison Worker Joyce Mitchell Faces Sentencing
formal. But New York. New York -- Reporter: Exubera hent said. And Philadelphia was demonstrative. A whirl wind tour from congress, to the white house, to central park, and downtown Philadelphia. Me pope. There was that soup kitchen. The school inker turned escape pe Joyce Mitchell awaiting sentencing. Facing up to seven years behind bars. And $6,000 in fines. For helping to orchestrate the escape of Richard Matt and David sweat from the Clinton correctional facility on June 6th. On Friday, 51-year-old Mitchell meeting with the inspector general. Mitchell has admitted to providing tools, including hacksaw blades, chisels, a punch, and a screwdriver that Matt and sweat used to cut their way through their cell walls. Their prison break launches a massive manhunt. Mitchell take soon custody, confessing to helping Matt and sweat. She got in over her head into something she never should have started. Reporter: Mitchell, pleading guilty in July for first degree promoting prison contraband and fourth degree criminal facilitating. Telling authorities she had intimate relationships with the escaped inmates. He treated me with respect and was nice to me. He made me feel special. She's agreed to the full seven-year prison term. A judge is expected to rubber-stamp that. She could be out in as little As two to four years for good behavior. George? Thank you. To Amy with the other top
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