whatever happened to the flores twins and their trial?

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whatever happened to the flores twins and their trial?

aton
Is it still on hold?
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ToPHeR
They're the govt star witnesses against vicentillo so they're probably in solitary for their own protection until his trial starts.  they will most likely get off with time served for cooperating but people be put into wit sec right after. supposedly they're locked up in Wisconsin? ?
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Windycitykid
Another theory of their whereabouts is straight out of the movies...
Word is that they are being held in the recently closed "brig" @ the Great lakes Naval base in 2010.
Below is a link to an article talking about the navy moving prisoners to another jail.
Again this just another speculation but adds to mystery.

http://chicago.cbslocal.com/2010/10/22/naval-base-prisoners-moving-to-woodstock/
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Re: whatever happened to the flores twins and their trial?

ToPHeR
Feds also bought that prison out in Marion (I think?) from the state a few years back
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Re: whatever happened to the flores twins and their trial?

Windycitykid
Yes the state sold Thomson which near rockford to the febs few years back, Marion has always been under the US prison system and was actually the maximum before the super max was built in Florance. John gotta was there spent several years in solitary confinement. Due to the high security risk tied to the case I highly believe that they are truly been held in a Military compound. Like a scene Straight out of the god father.  
"Great minds have purpose, others have wishes" - Washington Irvin