According to the Illinois DOC, Migs was paroled in December 2013.
Arrested before the NATO summit and charged with “attempted possession of explosive or incendiary devices.” He is accused of asking someone who was an undercover police officer or informant to acquire explosives. He pleaded guilty under a non-cooperating plea agreement in April 2013, after nearly a year of pre-trial imprisonment. He was sentenced to 3 years in prison, with credit given for the time he has already served. He is expected to be released in 2015.