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Man In Prison During COVID with South Carolina Transfer Blocked is Detained in SDNY

by Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon Book Substack

SDNY COURTHOUSE, Sept 15 – William Ramos was sentenced to 84 months in prison for armed robbery. That was in 1984. 

 On September 14, 2023 he was brought by US Marshals before U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Magistrate Sarah L. Cave, seeking to be released.  Inner City Press was there.

 The Assistant US Attorney who has had Ramos' case since 2014 was there. Back in 2021 he reported that the Bureau of Prisons had been prepared to transfer Ramos to FCI Edgefield in South Carolina, but COVID-19 restrictions prevented it.

  Judge Cave noted that District Judge Lorna G. Schofield had remanded Ramos in August, and said she would not reverse that, but rather leave it up to Judge Schofield. Ramos was led out by the Marshals.

The case is US v. Ramos, 14-cr-484 (Schofield / Cave)


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