New Jersey, USA (Mckoy’s News) – Dudus Moved to Fort Dix: Jamaican crime boss and drug kingpin Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke, serving 23-years in the United States (US) prison system was moved to the Fort Dix low-security prison in New Jersey.
Mckoy’s News received information that Dudus is now housed at the dormitory type prison, Fort Dix, which has about 4, 000 prisoners that have proven to be low risk and disciplined. The prison has a community without towers, and iron doors rather than bars, and other state-of-the-art facilities like cafeteria, gyms and flat-screen televisions.
Since his arrest in the United States, Christopher Coke was moved from two other maximum security prisons, making Fort Dix his third US prison home. On 8 June 2012, he was sentenced by a Federal Court in New York City to 23 years in Federal prison for drug and firearm trafficking and federal racketeering.
The Coke family are known Jamaican Strong Men in Western Kingston, Tivoli Gardens area, and leaders of the violent Jamaican gang “Shower Posse.” Dudus is the son of Lester Coke ‘Jim Brown,’ deceased Jamaican crime boss who was killed in a mysterious prison fire in Jamaica in 1992, while at the General Penitentiary awaiting extradition to the United States.
Dudus Moved to Fort Dix: The US Bureau of Prisons reserves the right to transfer a prisoner to any prison suitable without notice to the public, they have not disclosed when or why Coke was moved.
In recent news, Dudus’s younger brother Leighton “Livity” Coke was recently shot and injured on Hellshire Beach, St. Catherine.
Other noted prisoners at the Fort Dix prison are United States television network Bravo reality stars, Apollo Nida, serving 8 years and Joe Giudice, serving 41 months.
Joe Giudice is the husband of “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” television star Teresa Giudice, who completed 11 months of a 15-month sentence, also for fraud, in December 2015. Upon completion of his sentence, Joe faces possible deportation to his native Italy.
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