|Easier Than Getting Out?|
|Written by APB Staff|
The state said shaky witnesses forced them to give Jiles a plea deal. But just three days later, Jiles demanded to be booked again for his own protection.
According to Jiles, people were threatening his life for "snitching." And when jail officials refused to allow him back inside, Jiles climbed a barbed-wire fence and then tried to climb through razor wire.
"He came over the top of the fence and fell down with all of his body weight through three layers of that and suffered some pretty serious cuts to his body," Brevard County Sheriff's Office Maj. Greg Purden told the Associated Press.subscribe