A dozen inmates wait patiently in hard plastic chairs arranged in tight rows. They fix their stares on the steel double doors that occasionally bang open to admit a new face, usually a lawyer with a heavy briefcase. The visitation center lobby at the federal prison in downtown Miami hums with the idle conversations of prisoners in do-rags and shaggy beards. Their voices are muffled by the room's carpeting. Forearm tattoos and forest green jumpsuits seem to bleed together under the powerful... More >>>