Bradley Manning

Barack Obama cemented his legacy as the LGBT president by commuting the sentence of American traitor Bradley Manning, aka Chelsea.

Manning, 29, is an Army soldier who was court-martialed in July 2013 for violating the Espionage Act by leaking classified documents to WikiLeaks.

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Hyphernkemberly Dorvilier

Hyphernkemberly Dorvilier will spend the next 30 years of her life in prison for setting her newborn daughter on fire and leaving her to die in the middle of a street.

Dorvilier, of New Jersey, plead guilty to aggravated manslaughter in February. Prosecutors say the 23-year-old admitted dousing her newborn daughter with lighter fluid and using a lighter to set her on fire in January 2015.

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Haniyyah Barnes

Haniyyah Barnes will spend the next four years in prison for throwing her neighbor's dog into traffic during a heated argument over a parking space.

The 29-year-old Newark, New Jersey resident was also ordered to pay her neighbor $2,000 in restitution and perform 30 days of community service at an organization for the prevention of cruelty to animals.

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Bodie Barksdale

Nathan Barksdale has died at age 54 in a North Carolina federal prison. Barksdale was a Baltimore gangster who inspired several characters on HBO's hit TV series The Wire.

Barksdale was the inspiration for two characters on The Wire -- Avon Barksdale and Preston "Bodie" Broadus (played by J.D. Williams, pictured above).

Barksdale's reputation as a heroin dealer in the 1980s nearly cost him his life. He was shot 20 times by a rival drug dealer. He survived his injuries, but his right leg was amputated below the knee.

Barksdale turned his life around and went to work for the city Health Department lecturing kids on non-violence when The Wire's producer came calling.

Barksdale was arrested in 2014 during in a DEA drug sting investigating members of the notorious Black Guerrilla Family gang.

"I did some good," Barksdale said at his sentencing. "I'd like to think I saved some lives."

He was serving a 4 year sentence in federal prison when he died.

Yandy Smith-Harris Mendeecees Harris

Love & Hip Hop: NY star Yandy Smith-Harris, 33, will have her hands full while husband, Mendeecees Harris, 37, is away doing hard time in a federal penitentiary.

Harris turned himself into prison authorities this week to begin serving an 8-year prison sentence for narcotics trafficking.

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Lawrence Phillips

Former NFL star Lawrence Phillips was pronounced dead after he was found unresponsive in his prison cell Wednesday at Kern Valley State Prison. He was 40.

The former running back's death was confirmed to USA Today by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation spokeswoman Terry Thornton.

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Star Passion

A Texas parole board on Thursday denied the parole request of a man whose gender identity is being challenged by Texas authorities.

Passion Star, whose real name is Joshua Zollicoffer, has already served 13 years of a 20-year prison sentence for aggravated kidnapping.

He claims to be a transgender "woman" who is subjected to repeated rapes, sexual harassment and abuse in the men's prison system.

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Apollo Nida

Just one year into his 5-year prison sentence, convicted reality TV star Apollo Nida transferred to a New Jersey prison in anticipation of an early release.

The move came just 2 weeks before another reality TV star, Mendecees Harris, was sentenced to 8 years in prison for his role in running a drug trafficking ring.

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