Former Trump campaign manager and current federal convict Paul Manafort is being sent home to spend the remainder of his 7.5-year sentence. The 75-year-old felon has a history of health issues, which sprung him from FCI-Loretto due to concerns over the spread of COVID-19 in the prison population (there have been no reported cases at the Pennsylvania-based facility as yet). Meanwhile, Lackawanna County’s own Bob Cordaro is being forced to serve out the remaining bit of his 11-year sentence down the road at FCI-Schuylkill. And while Cordaro is younger and presumably healthier than Manafort, I have to wonder (given the current administration’s disregard for the rule of law) whether the latter was able to exert some level of juice with the Department of Justice