In late 2008, Michael Rudkin was sentenced to 10 years in prison for having sex with a female inmate and plotting with her to kill his wife while she was a correction officer at the Federal Correctional Institution, Danbury, a federal prison for women in Connecticut. Rudkin was sent to FCC Coleman to serve his sentence. While at Coleman, Rudkin solicited the help of fellow inmates in June 2009 to find a hitman to kill his ex-wife, her new boyfriend, his former inmate paramour and a federal investigator. He provided a handwritten note giving physical descriptions and locations of the intended victims to fellow inmates. The inmates alerted authorities, who instructed the inmates to provide Rudkin with a false name and address of a "hitman." Rudkin subsequently mailed money from his inmate account to the alleged "hitman" as an advance. Rudkin was subsequently convicted of orchestrating the plot and sentenced to 90 years in prison, which he is serving at the United States Penitentiary, Florence ADX, the federal supermax facility in Colorado.
Somali convicted of piracy for the 2010 attack on the American warship USS Nicholas; the conviction marked the first time in 190 years that an American jury has convicted a defendant of piracy.
Serving a 25-year sentence; scheduled for release in 2033.
Former leader of the Tijuana Cartel in Mexico, which imported thousands of tons of cocaine into the United States and killed over 1,000 civilians and law enforcement officers over a 16-year period.
Former NYPD detective; convicted in 2006 of taking bribes to carry out murders and leak law enforcement intelligence disclosing the identities of witnesses for the Gambino Crime Family; his partner, Louis Eppolito, was sentenced to life plus 100 years.
Former FBI Ten Most Wanted fugitive; convicted of the 1979 murder of FBI Agent Johnnie Oliver, who was attempting to apprehend Guyon with other agents; Guyon was wanted for kidnapping, rape and armed robbery.