Today on Felony Friday Holli Coulman joins host John Odermatt to share a shocking story of injustice. Holli went ascended the corporate ladder over a 16 year period serving the administrative needs of senior and executive vice presidents at a large high-tech company, Hewlett Packard. She found herself targeted under a federal investigation. And upon legal advice she took a plea to avoid the exorbitant cost of taking her case to trial. Holli was given a 21-month sentence for one count of wire fraud with a restitution amount of 954K.
Holli shares her experience and talks about the dangerous and abusive environment she was subjected to while incarcerated. The most shocking aspect of her time in prison was the two months of solitary confinement she was subjected to as a punishment for publishing blog posts that shared the mistreatment and danger she and her fellow inmates were exposed during her time at Victorville Federal Women’s Camp.
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