Miguel Rosado was a prisoner in the prison that Desi Piscatella had previously worked for when he assassinated him in revenge for raping the inmate Wes Driscoll, who had a secret relationship with the guard. He is portrayed by Marcos Palma.
Before Piscatella's employment Edit
Rosado worked in the kitchen of the prison, and along with other inmates, distrusted of the sexuality of Piscatella, although doubt in the beginning due to its physical bearing.
Piscatella orders him and other inmates to leave the kitchen briefly, the guard then stands alone with Wes Driscoll, a prisoner in whom they had an intimate relationship. Rosado appears in the kitchen with some products and finds them, and then Piscatella acts as if nothing happened.
At some point, Rosado and the other inmates of the kitchen attack and rape Driscoll just because of sexuality. Piscatella hears Rosado threatening Driscoll sexually and then finds him extremely injured. He puts Rosado against the wall and swears he'll destroy it.
One night, Piscatella ties Miguel naked in a shower stall and then burns him with hot water to death. Piscatella remains standing coldly at the entrance of the bathroom with another guard, while Miguel agonizes and struggles because of the pain. (The Reverse Midas Touch)
During the riot, Blanca and Red search the entire Piscatella office, behind evidence that incriminates him. The two find a document, which informs Piscatella about the death of an inmate who got 80% of the body burned, before being transferred to Litchfield. (Litchfield's Got Talent)
- Wes Driscoll (victim) - After discovering that Driscoll had a relationship with Piscatella, Miguel and other inmates attack him and rape him.
- Desi Piscatella (killer) - In revenge for the event with Wes, Piscatella tied Miguel in a shower stall, burning him to death with hot water.