That makes at least two convicts who the government didn't want talking to the media. I doubt that Cohen and I are alone in that distinction.
William Mersey is a writer and blogger who's been published in the New York Times, the New York Daily News and New York Magazine, as well as in Gallery, Oui, and Screw Magazines. From January 3 to November 18 of 2019, Mersey was imprisoned in the Metropolitan Correction Center for tax fraud, where he spent a significant amount of time in the company of Paul Manafort and Jeffrey Epstein. For more of his thoughts on prison life, the BOP and MCC, go to db-lockdown.com for everything you ever wanted to know about prison but were deathly afraid to ask.
Good luck keeping six feet away—or finding any hand sanitizer.
When he recovers from his panic attack, he’ll have plenty to worry about.
Beyond being cold, confined to a cell for 23 hours a day, rarely showering, never seeing sunlight, and having no TV or phone calls, the worst part of the SHU is the noise.