Richard Caruso is a Former Corcoran State Prison guard who was a whistle- blower who sounded the alarm on brutality at the troubled penitentiary. This is a harrowing tale that began in 1994, when Caruso gave the FBI some log books and other records after a fatal shooting of inmate Preston Tate during a yard fight. With the prison management unwilling to correct the wrongdoing, Caruso took the evidence to the federal authorities, and this is just the beginning.
Jack talks with Jarrid Jay Collins about The Always Serving Project
The Always Serving Project is an extension of the Operation BBQ Relief program serving Military, First Responders and the Fight on Hunger. Together we will connect, inspire and serve communities throughout the year with the Healing Power of BBQ. We aim to bring people together to eradicate hunger, addressing an issue that hasn’t been solved in each of our communities.
We are focused on three primary goals:
1. The National Fight on Hunger
2. Creating a positive impact in the lives of first responders
3. Continuing our support for military and veteran communities.