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Attorney Preet Bharara said al-Libi died Friday night after being taken from New York's Metropolitan Correctional Center to a local hospital.
The preacher, 54, has been held in a highly secure wing of the Metropolitan Correctional Center since his extradition from Britain
Elissa Miller, a psychologist overseeing his treatment at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Manhattan, testified for the government that Arbabsiar has only been diagnosed by her with lesser mood, adjustment and anxiety disorders.
I am not able to effectively make phone calls and I have been dragged to Metropolitan Correctional Center in NYC.
Federal Bureau of Prisons, Metropolitan Correctional Center, Manhattan, New York)
Texas 5) The planning, design and implementation of the federal Metropolitan Correctional Centers began while James Bennett was director of the Federal Bureau of Prisons.
Working with a defense team on the case of Armed Abel Satire, a man being held in relation to a terrorism case, Rauch often visits her client in the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Lower Manhattan.
At press time, only two of those arrested remain locked up in Chicago's Metropolitan Correctional Center, an administrative-level facility that usually houses inmates sentenced to three years or less.