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4/29    "NY inmate separates guards fighting over food"
        http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/us_inmate_separates_guards
        You read it right, and it's not a typo.
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AP * - Fri Apr 29, 12:17 pm ET BUFFALO, NY - Talk about a role-reversal: Two New York jail guards are in trouble after an inmate stepped in to break up their fight over food. Erie County Undersheriff Mark Wipperman says both corrections officers are suspended with pay after what he calls an "embarrassment." The inmate required medical attention but Wipperman says privacy laws prevent him from disclosing his injuries. He says the inmate got between the unarmed guards because he didn't want either to get fired. He wouldn't confirm a Buffalo News report that the April 21 bout started over a bag of chips. It happened at Erie County Correctional Facility in a dorm-like building. Wipperman identified the officers as Lawrence Mule, a 26-year veteran, and James Conlin, who was hired 29 years ago. A message with the officers' union wasn't immediately returned. The information contained in the AP News report may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed without the prior written authority of The Associated Press.