Inmate in Georgia utilizes Facebook to smuggle meth from his prison cell, potentially extending his sentence by 15 years.

A prisoner in Georgia has admitted to trafficking methamphetamine from his jail cell, resulting in an additional sentence of at least 15 years behind bars.

Christopher Johnson, 46, conspired with others to traffic and distribute multiple kilograms of methamphetamine from Georgia into Southwest Virginia, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office.

According to reports, Johnson allegedly utilized Facebook and various cell phones to coordinate the pricing, quantities, recruitment, sales, and deliveries of methamphetamine, all while being incarcerated in a Georgia jail cell.

Michael Paul Brown, who was also part of the ring, has already received a three-year prison sentence for his involvement in the operation.

Johnson could potentially be sentenced to life in prison, with a minimum sentence of 15 years. However, no specific date for the sentencing has been announced yet.

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