Doing Time
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Doing Time

Stealing My Boyfriend (Paul Manafort)

Prison backstabbers

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His name was Dan — and he was one of the first inmates I met upon arriving at MCC federal prison to serve a year. Dan was 52 years old and as I found out, a white-collar offender who ran a commodities trading club. When all his friends' investments went south, Dan generated a fake report to save face and got himself locked up for two or three years.




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