One punch killer Kieran Loveridge who assaulted Thomas Kelly at Kings Cross in 2012 for no reason, has been sent to Goulburn SuperMax, the home of the worst terrorists, rapists and murderers in the country.
It seems he couldn't behave himself at the mid North Coast prison at Kempsey - he put an inmate in hospital with a fractured eye socket and got too close to a female officer who has since been sacked.
Loveridge is serving a non-parole period of 10 years for the one punch attack on Kelly.
There are around 500 prisoners at Kempsey and only 40 inmates in SuperMax.
Some of the infamous prisoners include:
Malcolm George Baker, murder, never to be released for Terrigal massacre in 1992.
Darryl Burrell, armed robbery. Only person to ever escape from the Death Cells.
Leslie Camilleri, two life terms plus 183 years, no chance of parole
Ray Denning, armed robbery and serial escapee
Sef Gonzales, three life terms, no chance of parole
Sam Ibrahim, brother of John Ibrahim, prohibited weapons
Michael Kanaan, 3 life terms plus 50 years, no chance of parole
Ivan Milat, seven life terms plus 18 years, no chance of parole
Les Murphy, youngest of Murphy brothers for murder of Anita Cobby with non parole period of 34 years.
Malcolm Naden, life plus 40 years, no chance of parole
Ngo Canh Phuong, life, no chance of parole
George Savvas (deceased)
Bilal Skaf, non parole period of 32 years for Sydney gang rapes in 2000
John Travers, life plus 65 years, no chance of parole, for murder of Anita Cobby
Mark Valera, 2 life terms, no chance of parole
Khaled Cheikho and Moustafa Cheikho, Mohammed Ali Elomar, Abdul Rakib Hasan and Mohammed Omar Jamal – between 23 and 28 years for conspiring to commit a terrorist act.
Bassam Hamzy, murder of Kris Toumazis, conspiring to murder a witness and founder of the Brothers for Life street gang. He will be eligible for parole in June 2015.