Video: Coaching US prisoners to-be

A former prisoner trains white-collar criminals in how to survive jail.

    A recent series of financial scandals in the United States has led to the imprisonment of high-profile swindlers.

    For many convicted millionaires, the transition to life behind bars is not easy.

    Steven Oberfest, a former prisoner, has started a business, training white-collar criminals how to survive in jail.

    He tells Al Jazeera about his job.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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