Jared Fogle Just Got Painful Crash Course In Prison Justice

Inmates within prison systems around the world are often able to conduct all manner of ‘forbidden business’, including the exchange of goods, unfiltered communication with the outside world and the administering of ad hoc prison ‘justice’. Jared Fogle, a former subway spokesman and convicted pedophile, found out just how difficult his stint in Englewood Prison, Colorado, would be when he was nearly killed by another inmate shortly after arriving. In prison, there is often an unspoken hierarchy of respect and ethical code.

Abusing children is considered a heinous crime in society and in prison, inmates are willing to risk extended sentences or solitary confinement for the chance to maim or kill child predators.

Fogle was convicted after being found guilty of molesting minors and exchanging indecent pictures of children with a group of people online. When he arrived at the prison, Fogle immediately recognized the danger he was in and attempted to buy protection from other inmates. However, the repulsive man would soon find that men like him will never be safe from ‘prison justice’.

One inmate at Englewood, Steve Nigg, took an immediate affront to Fogle’s presence in the prison after the wealthy pedophile began strolling around the prison with an air of indifference. Mr. Nigg, who was serving 15-year-sentence for firearm usage, attacked Fogle and unceremoniously beat him to “a bloody pulp.” Despite being in a position to kill the man, Nigg left Fogle bloodied but alive, sending a clear message to any men like him…they will not be safe in Englewood Prison.

It is believed that the guards in the prison were slower than usual in responding to the violent assault with some online commentators emphasizing that this was deliberate. In a statement to Daily News, Mr. Nigg’s nephew, Jimmy Nigg Jr gave context to his uncle’s actions, saying: “Jared’s lucky he’s still alive. My uncle was in a position to kill him…He got him down, then walked away...He’s sending a message is what he’s doing. A guy walks in with all this money and celebrity and instead of flying under the radar, he’s going into the yard, walking around with big guys, saying no one can mess with me, flashing his money around and that’s what [my uncle] is pissed off about.”

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