Rogerson cleans up in prison
CORRUPT cop and convicted killer Roger Rogerson has been working as a prison cleaner at Long Bay since he was jailed for life last year.
Rogerson, 75, has taken a job as the prison sweeper, which involves general cleaning duties like emptying bins and mopping floors, at the Kevin Waller Unit for aged and frail inmates.
Sources say Rogerson has become “the leader” of the unit because of his high profile and reputation.
The sources say even some prison officers have become “starstruck” by his presence in the jail.
Sources also confirmed Rogerson’s sharp eye for turning a situation to his advantage has not waned since his arrival at Long Bay. Apparently he has been regularly enjoying using far more than his allotted precious telephone minutes.
It is understood many of Rogerson’s fellow prisoners at the Kevin Waller wing suffer age-related memory loss, allowing him to persuade them into letting him use their allocated phone time.