Doing Time
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Doing Time

Celly #5

His name was PAUL MANAFORT

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While incarcerated at MCC federal prison, where I served most of 2019 for tax fraud, I suffered no fewer than 6 different cellies during my stay. Each had his own pros and cons. And all had their quirks. Paul Manafort, as celly number 5, was not an exception.

On June 6th of 2019, my sex offender bunky was released having served his time — which left me alone in my two-man cell…

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