Judge Amy Berman Jackson now corrects the statements made about Paul Manaffer's isolated prison, which is a significant feature of his distribution today. breaking the law after his arrest.
Jackson reminded the court that he was first sent to the North Neck prison, saying he was concerned about how far this prison was, but the Manaport team demanded this place. He was then moved to Alexandria for their complaints.
She said Manaforth "realized that tactics had turned immediately." He was in a separate apartment ("VIP") in North Neck, Jackson added.
"I will not divide the hair on whether the word lonely was right because it had its own room," Jackson said.
What are the current Manaport detention facilities : Now he is in a protective prison, not technically lonely. It has a window, a radio, newspapers and a TV view. He is released for a few hours a day to walk and be with other people
"Mr. Mannorth, I do not want to downplay or reduce the inconvenience of the prison for you." It's hard for everyone, young and old, rich or poor, "she said.
Jackson noted that she had received no orders from doctors about his health problems.