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Federal Correctional Institution, Marianna

Federal Correctional Institution, Marianna
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Location Jackson County,
near Marianna, Florida
Status Operational
Security class Medium-security (with minimum-security female prison camp)
Population 1,300 (380 in prison camp)
Managed by Federal Bureau of Prisons

The Federal Correctional Institution, Marianna (FCI Marianna) is a medium-security United States federal prison for male inmates in Florida. It is operated by the Federal Bureau of Prisons, a division of the United States Department of Justice. The facility also includes an adjacent satellite prison camp for minimum-security female offenders.[1] It lies adjacent to the Marianna Municipal Airport.

FCI Marianna is in the Judicial district of United States District Court for the Northern District of Florida, and is 65 miles west of Tallahassee, the state capital.

Notable incidents

In 2012, several dozen federal correctional officers who supervised inmates involved in a computer recycling program at FCI Marianna filed a lawsuit against the Federal Bureau of Prisons and its prison-owned industry, UNICOR, seeking compensation for illnesses and resulting quality-of-life losses they say they suffered from exposure to toxic dust generated in the process of recycling computers, which have components containing lead, cadmium, beryllium, mercury and possibly other toxic substances. The officers further allege that the Federal Bureau of Prisons failed to ensure that the program was being operated safely and did not have the proper safety measures in place. They had previously filed administrative claims in their case, but those were denied late last year. Having exhausted their options on the administrative pathway, the officers were then free to file the suit. Some inmates are also in the process of seeking remedy.

Also in 2012, two correction officers at FCI Marianna, Steven M. Smith, 28, and Mary S. Summers, 30, were charged with smuggling contraband, including marijuana, cellular telephones and tobacco, into the prison and to delivering it to inmates in exchange for cash payments. They subsequently pleaded guilty and were sentenced to prison.[2]

Notable Inmates (current and former)

Inmate Name Register Number Status Details
Phillip E. Hill, Sr. 56433-019 Serving a 28-year sentence; scheduled for release in 2031. Convicted in 2007 of conspiracy, mail fraud, wire fraud and money laundering for orchestrating a massive mortgage scheme which caused lenders and guarantors to lose $38 million.[3][4][5]
Daniel Boyd 51765-056 Serving an 18-year sentence; scheduled for release in 2025. Ringleader of the Raleigh jihad group; pleaded guilty in 2011 to conspiracy to murder people in a foreign country for attending terrorist training camps in Pakistan and Afghanistan and recruiting men to engage in violent jihad.[6][7]
Michael Bliss 21150-112 Serving a 22-year sentence; scheduled for release in 2021. Serial child molester and former FBI Ten Most Wanted Fugitive; pleaded guilty in 2003 to sexually assaulting minors in Vermont, New Hampshire and Massachusetts and videotaping the assaults.[8][9]
Jon Bartlett 08430-089 Serving a 17-year sentence; scheduled for release in 2022. Former Milwaukee police officer; convicted in 2007 in connection with the knifepoint beatings of Frank Jude, Jr. and Lovell Harris in 2004 in what is known as the worst incident of police brutality in the city's history; two other officers were sentenced to 15 years.[10]
Connie Knight 32581-034 Serving a 57-month sentence; scheduled for release in 2017. Pleaded guilty in 2013 to impersonating a federal safety official following the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill in order to collect money from people who wanted to work as part of the cleanup effort.[11][12]

See also

Government of the United States portal
Criminal justice portal


References

External links

  • Federal Correctional Institution, Marianna – Official website

Coordinates: 30°50′05″N 85°11′31″W / 30.83472°N 85.19194°W / 30.83472; -85.19194

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