Federal Prison Bureau Refuses ‘Compassionate Release’ For Inmate, 94

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The U.S. Bureau of Prisons has refused to grant a “compassionate release” from prison to 94-year-old Carlos Tapia-Ponce, one of the oldest federal inmates. He is serving a life sentence for managing a warehouse that was the site of what to this day remains the largest cocaine seizure in history, writes Nat Hentoff for the
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