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Jailed in November for the killing of a former school friend, Honeck was paroled from Menard Correctional Center in Chester, Illinois on 20 December , having served 64 years and one month of his life sentence. In the decades between his conviction and the time his case came to public notice again in August , he received only a single letter — a four-line note from his brother in June — and two visitors: Honeck, a telegraph operator and the son of a wealthy dealer in farm equipment, was 21 years old when he was arrested in Chicago in September for the killing of Walter F. They also carried a getaway kit:
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Origins[ edit ] The convict code and informal governance of prisons[ edit ] Before the rise of large, formal prison gangs, political scientists and researchers found that inmates had already organized around an understood "code" or set of norms. For example, political scientist Gresham Sykes in The Society of Captives, a study based on the New Jersey State Prison, claims that "conformity to, or deviation from, the inmate code is the major basis for classifying and describing the social relations of prisoners". The code may include an understanding of jail yard territory based on rank or ethnicity, or it could simply be loyalty between inmates and against guards.
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