United States Penitentiary, Marion, Illinois

The former home of mob boss John Gotti, the prison was originally one of two "supermax" security prisons in the country, but it scaled back its security in 2006. Before that, it was known for its solitary confinement methods, where prisoners spent 23 hours in their cell a day, with no human contact.
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The former home of mob boss John Gotti, the prison was originally one of two "supermax" security prisons in the country, but it scaled back its security in 2006. Before that, it was known for its solitary confinement methods, where prisoners spent 23 hours in their cell a day, with no human contact.

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