|Jack P.F. Gremillion||N/A||Confined for two years after losing in 1973 his appeal of his 1971 conviction of lying to a grand jury about his involvement in the Louisiana Loan and Thrift case. He was subsequently readmitted to the bar.||Attorney General of Louisiana from 1956 to 1972|
|Edward Mezvinsky||55040-066||Released||former member of the United States House of Representatives from Iowa|
|Louis Wolfson||N/A||Held at FCI, Eglin||former Wall Street financier|
|Steve Madden||49498-054||Held at Eglin||former head of Steve Madden, LTD|
|Robert Mason (writer)||81349-071||Imprisoned at Eglin in the early 1980s for drug trafficking. Wrote about these in the book Chickenhawk: Back in the World||Writer of Chickenhawk|
|Marvin Mandel||12100-037||Released||former governor of Maryland|
|James A. Kelly Jr.||14231-038||Released||Former Massachusetts State Senator. Convicted of extortion.|
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