Michael Cohen, President Trump’s former personal attorney, is back with the general population at a New York state federal prison after having been placed in solitary confinement.”Michael is no longer in solitary,” a source close to Cohen told Fox News Friday. However, the source was unable to give further details, saying that “neither his [Cohen’s] family or his attorneys have had a chance to even speak with him by phone.”Cohen’s attorney Roger Adler told Fox News Thursday that “a verbal altercation with another inmate prompted” his client’s transfer to the Special Housing Unit (SHU), a disciplinary section of Otisville Federal Correctional Institution. Adler added that “the completion of a routine investigation” was pending.Reuters reported that Cohen was placed in solitary confinement after another inmate complained about his internet use.MICHAEL COHEN’S REQUEST FOR HOME CONFINEMENT DENIED IN SCATHING ORDERCohen, 53, has been active on social media recently, calling on President Trump to have the Federal Bureau of Prisons allow for non-violent federal offenders, like Cohen himself, to be moved to home confinement during the coronavirus pandemic.On March 24, a federal judge forcefully denied Cohen’s personal request to have his sentence shortened and be moved to home confinement.”Apparently searching for a new argument to justify a modification of his sentence to home confinement, Cohen now raises the specter of

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