Columbo: One Last Thing
In prison having a community, a gang, was essential to survival. In some of the more common prisons this was usually made along racial differences or base philosophical ideas.
Thankfully, this was not your everyday prison where the prisoners bleated about their poor upbringing, lack of choices or police bias. The prisoners here were blue-collar criminals; people with breeding, vision and friends in high places. People who could contribute to society during and after their confinement.
This group were bonded together by their hatred of one person, a crumpled little man in a cheap coat who asked too many questions.