I'm reading a book called "Thirty Years in the Trenches," which features longtime TV news reporter John Drummond talking about some of the biggest cases he's covered during his journalism career in Chicago. One of the chapters talks about none other than Jack Farmer, AMW Capture #12, and the second member of the FBI's Ten Most Wanted List that AMW apprehended.
It's not a very long chapter, but it talks about how much of a violent fugitive Farmer was. He was known as a drug kingpin who murdered people that owed him money and hogtied his lawyer while in a meeting with him (the meeting apparently took place in the lawyer's office without any security). The chapter does mention AMW and how it led to his capture in Florida.
During his federal trial, after his conviction, he started yelling in the courtroom and the judge actually ordered him out. He was sentenced to serve 40 years in prison, which didn't sit well with the prosecutor, who requested 90 years. But the reason the prosecutor was upset wasn't because of professional reasons - it was because he was scared Farmer would get out and then kill him.
Turns out that never happened, and the chapter reveals something that I don't think any of us knew; Farmer committed suicide in prison in 1993. They found him hanging in his cell. He had been serving time at the prison in Leavenworth, Kansas.
Farmer actually only served about 5 years of his sentence before his suicide.