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This is a list of prisoners at ADX Florence, the United States supermax federal prison in Florence, Colorado. This list includes both former and current prisoners.

Names are listed by family name, with the following exceptions:

  • Certain Arabic names do not easily fit into the Western naming system.
  • Some prisoners are known by two family names under the systems of Spain and most of Latin America. In such cases, the first family name, which comes from the father, is used.
  • Names that start with "Mc" are alphabetized as if they start with "Mac".


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