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Both were convicted murderers — between them, they'd killed three men — and for all anyone knew, they could be anywhere.
For more than three weeks, Richard Matt and David Sweat loomed large in Americans' imaginations, two violent criminals who'd climbed out of a manhole and pulled off the first escape ever in the history of the 150-year-old Clinton Correctional Facility, a maximum-security prison in Dannemora, N.Y.
The escape brought more than a thousand local, state and federal law enforcement officers to the region in New York's North Country.
It turns out that the men never got far from the prison and likely traveled the entire way on foot — hungry, bug-bitten, sick and struggling to stay alive during three weeks on the run. And the murderers, armed and at times intoxicated, apparently hurt no one in their desperate bid for freedom.
The 23-day ordeal ended last week with Matt's death and Sweat's capture. Here's a look inside how it all happened:
Matt, 49, was serving 25 years to life in Dannemora for the 2008 murder of a former boss. He had already served nine years in Mexico for the fatal 1998 stabbing of an American engineer in a Matamoros bar bathroom. Authorities have said Matt stabbed Charles Arnold Perreault more than a dozen times. In photos released after the New York escape, Matt sported a 'Mexico Forever' tattoo on his back.
Sweat, 35, was serving a life sentence for the brutal 2002 killing of a Broome County, N.Y., sheriff's deputy. The deputy, Kevin Tarsia, came upon Sweat and two friends as they divided up the proceeds of a Pennsylvania fireworks store burglary. Police said Sweat and an accomplice, Jeffrey Nabinger Jr., shot Tarsia 15 times, then ran over him with his car.
Nonetheless, Matt and Sweat, in adjoining cells, lived in a section of the prison named the 'honor block,' which had looser security restrictions than other areas. Inmates in this section could wear non-prison clothing and move freely from cell to cell, visiting and gathering in an open area that had free weights and a common kitchen area, The New York Times reported.
And records showed the prison had security weaknesses dating back years. Correction officers had been seeking greater ability to frisk and search employees entering the prison, according to the documents obtained by the Albany Times Union. Prison officers had also raised questions with the superintendent and other top administrators about security weaknesses in the prison tailor shop, where an instructor named Joyce Mitchell worked alongside Matt and Sweat.
On May 31, a fight involving 30 to 40 inmates at the prison led officials there to request a full lockdown and search, but the request was denied by the state Department of Corrections, nearly 200 miles south in Albany, according to NBC News. Multiple sources told NBC that only a partial search of the prison followed the fight, but not a full lockdown, which would have restricted all inmates to their cells and included a thorough cell-by-cell, bed-by-bed search.
A search might have given prison officials an opportunity to uncover the plot.
Six days later, during the morning of June 6, guards discovered that Matt and Sweat were missing from their cells and that they'd propped dummies stuffed with clothing as decoys. Sweat later told investigators that they used hacksaw blades to cut neat rectangular holes in the steel walls of their cells.
They'd been planning the escape, he said, since January.
Actually, they'd already broken out of their cells at least once before to map out the escape, smashing a hole in a basement-level brick wall along the way. Earlier, while exploring a secluded metal catwalk behind their cells, they'd come upon a box filled with power tools left behind by a contractor. They picked the lock and used the tools, as well as a sledgehammer, to break through the wall.
The night before the escape, Sweat performed a solo 'dry run' of the breakout — crawling out of his cell, he emerged onto the catwalk, four stories above ground. He climbed down five levels and through a maze of underground tunnels, then through the brick wall undetected.
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At the massive outer prison wall, he cut an opening into a 24-inch steel steam pipe and crawled through. He emerged from the pipe via another hole and walked down a tunnel. When he got to a distant manhole, he was about 400 feet beyond the prison walls.
Accounts of the dry run differ — Clinton County District Attorney Andrew Wylie last week said Matt and Sweat performed the dry run together, deciding that the first manhole they'd selected wasn't isolated enough.
Wylie's account presents the possibility that the pair actually broke out of the prison twice but returned to their cells after the first escape. Wylie called the convicts' return to prison after the first escape 'a little baffling.'
The following night, they didn't turn back. They emerged from the manhole carrying clothes and tools in a soft guitar case.
Clinton Correctional Facility sits just a half-hour's drive south of the Canadian border, but Sweat has told investigators that the pair had a very different plan: They would wait at a nearby power plant for a specially arranged ride and rendezvous in West Virginia with an off-road vehicle. From there, they'd drive to Mexico, nearly 2,300 miles southwest of the prison.
But their ride never came. So they moved to Plan B: They began the long, slow walk to Canada.
Shortly after the breakout, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said the pair 'definitely had help,' but didn't say who. A few days later, police provided the first glimpse: They arrested Joyce Mitchell, the tailor shop worker. Authorities said Mitchell, 51, aided the escape. Authorities charged her with a felony count of promoting prison contraband, as well as a misdemeanor count of criminal solicitation. If convicted on both counts, she could face eight years in prison.
Mitchell has told investigators that she was to be the driver of the Mexico-bound getaway car, but that on the day of the planned escape she checked herself into a local hospital with 'a case of the nerves,' leaving Matt and Sweat without a ride.
A few days later, Mitchell appeared in court, after pleading not guilty to the charges. Sources told NBC News that Mitchell was investigated for a prior sexual incident with Sweat, but Wylie, the Clinton County District Attorney, said there wasn't enough evidence to charge her or fire her. He said she had an 'unusual' relationship with the escapees, and had learned about their escape plan in 2013.
On June 16, investigators said they were looking into the possibility that Mitchell wanted the two inmates to kill her husband, Lyle. Cuomo said the trio planned to flee to Mexico and live 'happily ever after.' But the husband a week later would say that, though his wife admitted that she'd given the tools to Matt and Sweat, she had gotten in 'over her head' with the men. His wife, he said, denied any romantic relationship with either of the two.
Mitchell's attorney said Matt and Sweat were the ones who hatched the plan to kill her husband.
On June 19, nearly two weeks after the escapes, state officials said another corrections officer, 57-year-old Gene Palmer, was placed on leave in the investigation. Palmer had worked for the last eight years on the honor block, where Matt and Sweat lived.
Wylie, the district attorney, later said that Mitchell had smuggled hacksaw blades, drill bits and a hole punch into the prison inside a package of frozen ground beef — and had asked Palmer to take the meat to Matt. Palmer denies knowing he had delivered tools.
Wylie said Palmer passed a polygraph test. He was, nonetheless, arrested and charged with three felonies. His attorney said the guard 'made a mistake, and he's sorry about that.'
Meanwhile, police swarmed through a wide area, following down hundreds of leads from western New York to Vermont. Authorities believe the duo traveled mostly at night, scrounging food, a gun and other supplies at seasonal hunting cabins, which are mostly vacant in June. In one case, a camp the duo raided was owned by law enforcement officers.
An official briefed on the case said that Sweat, who turned 35 on the run, told investigators that Matt was out of shape and unable to keep up with him — he was also 'irked' that the older man began getting drunk after they broke into a cabin, prompting them to split up.
On June 23, police said they found DNA from both escapees at a burglarized cabin in rural Owls Head, N.Y., a few miles west of the prison. Three days later, on June 26, a 911 call of shots being fired at a passing car brought state police to a wooded area near Malone, N.Y. When officers searched a cabin there, they smelled gun powder. They called in a U.S. Customs and Border Patrol tactical team, which descended onto the scene and came upon Matt, who was carrying a shotgun. Officers killed him with three shots to the head.
Matt, who had vowed never to be taken alive, was ill and intoxicated by that time, investigators said. His corpse reeked of alcohol, and searchers had found his soiled underwear days earlier, suggesting that he was ill from consuming contaminated food or water.
Matt's autopsy showed blisters and 'minor abrasions consistent with living in the woods for three weeks.'
The duo appeared to have stuck together until just before Matt's death — a discarded pepper shaker with Sweat's DNA was found near the spot where Matt was killed, and police said they believe that Matt and Sweat may have tried to throw off search dogs by spreading pepper on the trail. If that's the case, they may have learned it from Hollywood: In the 1967 film 'Cool Hand Luke,' Paul Newman plays an escaped convict who asks a boy to bring him 'chili powder and pepper and curry and the like.'
Dr. Alexandra Horowitz, who directs the Dog Cognition Lab at Barnard College, said it's 'extremely unlikely that that would work.' Horowitz told The New York Times that the scent from people's dead skin cells lingers both in the air and on the ground. Shaking pepper onto one's tracks, she said, 'might disrupt the dog's ability to follow the track, but the dog can 'air-scent' and get the track from the air.'
Two days after Matt died, during a routine patrol, a state police officer encountered Sweat, who was jogging along a rural highway in Constable, N.Y. He recognized the escapee and chased Sweat, but fearing that he'd lose him in a line of trees, the officer shot twice, hitting Sweat in the torso.
Police arrested Sweat and airlifted him to a nearby hospital. He was later transported to Albany Medical Center, where he was listed in critical condition. Albany Medical Center in a statement released Friday said Sweat remains under care of physicians and is in fair condition.
Sweat had no weapon at his capture, police said, but he did have a bag containing maps, insect repellent and Pop Tarts. He told investigators that the pair listened to reports about the manhunt on a radio and smoked marijuana during their time on the run. At one point, Sweat said, he hid in a hunters' tree stand, undetected, as agents swarmed around him.
A few days into the manhunt, a visibly frustrated New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo told reporters, 'They could either be four miles from the prison, or they could be in Mexico. You just don't know.' But it appears that the two never made it more than about 40 miles from the prison walls — and they seem to have made the entire journey on foot.
Malone, N.Y., where Matt died, is just 35 miles northwest of Dannemora. Constable, N.Y., where police arrested Sweat, is just six miles north of Malone. It's also two miles from the Canadian border.
'The nightmare is finally over,' Cuomo said. But the fallout has just begun. Clinton Superintendent Steven Racette, two deputy superintendents and nine correction officers have been suspended as an investigation into security at the prison continues.
Sweat likely faces years of solitary confinement when he's returned to prison, so he is likely cooperating with authorities in a bid to lessen the penalty. But Wylie, the county D.A., said he wasn't sure what benefit Sweat would get.
'There's certainly no plea bargain that we could put out there,' Wylie said.