Saturday, June 3, 2023

Jimmy Sabatino - most restricted prisoner in America

In January in Miami, three judges from the U.S. Court of Appeals heard arguments in a case involving notorious conman James Sabatino, 46. His audacious crimes span decades and many were run from his jail cell, until he was shipped to ADX Florence.
"Mr. Sabatino is housed at the Federal Supermax ADX Florence," a judge wrote. "He is in a special wing of the "Special Administrative Measures" (SAM) Unit called "The Suites." There are only four cells in the wing; each 12' x 7' cell is equipped with a bed, desk, bathroom, shower, and a separate recreation cage. Sabatino's cell has a camera equipped with night vision and sound, this subjects Sabatino to 24/7 audio and visual surveillance, which is monitored and recorded by both the BOP and the FBI. The only other inmate on the range is Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman. Sabatino is prohibited any contact, association or communication with anyone else in the unit."
Conman Jimmy Sabatino can’t keep himself from committing crimes — even when he’s locked up. Sabatino pleaded guilty to running a $10.4 million fraud from inside his cell at the Federal Detention Center in Miami in 2017. The judge sentenced him to the maximum punishment of 20 years in prison and Sabatino will serve his time in the notorious “Supermax” federal prison in Colorado and be banned from having any contact with anyone except his stepmother and his two attorneys.

Sabatino, associated with the Gambinos, is prohibited from communicating with any member of the Mafia. “I don’t apologize to nobody,” Sabatino said.
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