What Life is Really Like In Prison for White Collar Criminals

Sometimes high fliers need to lie low. But as a new wave of white-collar criminals starts to pay the price, they still appreciate a little inside information.

When rich people are somehow forced to go to prison, they stay in minimum-security federal prison camps (FPCs). Perks include air conditioning, “superior” medical care, regular Internet access, step aerobics classes, ceramics, crocheting, knitting, practice rooms for musicians, basketball, volleyball, softball, soccer, and an “on-site sweat lodge that’s used for Native American religious ceremonies.” This 2012 Town and Country article has photos of these places, which look like pretty nice college dorms.

Go for more information and pictures and keep in mind that rich people are treated differently than poor people even in the choice of prisons.


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