Dec. 2, 2010 at 2:32 PM ET
A man convicted of killing an Oklahoma sheriff used a smart phone from his prison cell to access Facebook, sharing photos of himself licking a prison-made knife and smoking from a bong behind bars. He even uploaded a picture of what he says is his young daughter, holding what looks to be real guns, one in each hand.
Prisoners aren't supposed to have cell phones, much less phones that have Internet access, but Justin Walker did, even showing off the BlackBerry he was using in a video he took of himself, which he also posted to Facebook.
Walker, convicted of the 2001 murder of Pawnee County Sheriff Dwight Woodrell Jr., has been held in a medium-security facility, according to Tulsa TV station FOX23, which reported the Facebook access and behaviors by Walker, sentenced to 30 years for the killing.
The 32-year-old man, a member of the Aryan Brotherhood Gang, used the name "Jus N Walk" on the social networking site, which he started posting to in November, flaunting his "gangsta" behavior.
The page now has been taken down, the BlackBerry confiscated, and Walker moved to the maximum-security Oklahoma State Penitentiary and segregated from other prisoners there, according to the state's Department of Corrections.
Officials are investigating how all of this happened, including Walker's obtaining a cell phone. But one thing's for sure:
"He won't be posting anything to Facebook again anytime soon," Jerry Massie, Department of Corrections spokesman, told The Oklahoman newspaper.