Metropolitan Correctional Center

Some articles on metropolitan correctional center:

Metropolitan Correctional Center, New York City - Notable Inmates
... Name Number Status Details Jeremy Hammond 18729-424 Held at MCC Hacktivist and alleged LulzSec collaborator Viktor Bout 91641-054 Held at MCC, NYC International arms trafficker Omar Abdel-Rahman 34892-054 Transferred to FCC, Butner Abdel-Rahman and nine others were convicted of "seditious conspiracy" Jackie D'Amico Boss of the Gambino crime family Raffaello Follieri 61143-054 Italian real estate developer Raffaello Follieri, who is accused of misappropriating a $50 million investment Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani 02476-748 Formerly held at MCC New York ... Now transferred to ADX Florence John Gotti 18261-053 Transferred and died on June 10, 2002 at the USMCFP Boss of the Gambino crime family Frank Lucas 18431-083 Released May 17, 1992 Former heroin dealer and organized crime boss Bernard Madoff 61727-054 Held at MCC, NYC in 2009 and then transferred to FCC, Butner Operator of what has been described as the largest Ponzi scheme in history ...
Joe Doherty - Extradition and Deportation Battle
... Doherty was imprisoned in the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Manhattan, and a legal battle ensued with the British government seeking to extradite him back to ... Doherty remained in custody at the Metropolitan Correctional Center and attempted to claim political asylum, and on 15 June 1988 the Attorney General Edwin Meese ... Bush, and in 1990 a street corner near the Metropolitan Correctional Center was named after him ...

Famous quotes containing the words center and/or metropolitan:

    Children can’t be a center of life and a reason for being. They can be a thousand things that are delightful, interesting, satisfying, but they can’t be a wellspring to live from. Or they shouldn’t be.
    Doris Lessing (b. 1919)

    In metropolitan cases, the love of the most single-eyed lover, almost invariably, is nothing more than the ultimate settling of innumerable wandering glances upon some one specific object.
    Herman Melville (1819–1891)