A prisoner is a rehabilitation center for people who have committed crimes and got caught and all. Being stuck between four walls for years and years really makes you think about yourself. You question yourself about your life on whether you want to continue being a criminal or start over on a clean slate if you're ever released.
Then some prisoners are built to punish you for the crimes you've committed. It is so bad on the inside and that you feel pity for the prison that they are people locked inside. The way they are being treated or living makes you forget about the crimes they committed. Their conditions they are living in are inhumane
During a pandemic a prison is the worst place to be in, the cells are tiny and no protective gear is given to prisoners and they are tons of them in a single cell. New prisoners are brought in on a daily and no one knows were they've been. They might be carrying the virus and spreading it is easy.
You might thought that prisons during the current pandemic situation are some of the safest places in the world because prisons and jails are "closed systems", so thus, there aren't many ways to go and spread around the virus that is crippling the world. But you would be VERY WRONG on that front.
Here Are The Toughest Prisoners Am Talking About.
At one time, Alcatraz was THE number one prison you didn't want to get locked up in. For a very good reason too, if you were sent to "The Rock", you weren't going to be getting off of it. This prison was legendary for housing some of the biggest names in criminal history, including Al Capone at one time.
What did inmates dislike most about Alcatraz? The common theme expressed by most inmates was the rule of silence which was discontinued in the late 1930's. In the earlier years of Alcatraz, inmates were not allowed to talk to one another except during meals and recreation periods.
- Bang Kwang Prison
If you were to ask for the nickname of Bang Kwang Prison, you would be told it is the "Bangkok Hilton". This would obviously lead you to believe that the place was a relatively nice prison with fair accommodations and fair treatment of its inmates, but you would be VERY wrong in that regard.
It is a harsh prison that handles death row and long-sentence prisoners. All prisoners are required to wear leg irons for the first three months of their sentences. Death row inmates were required to have their leg irons permanently welded on.
- ADX-Florence Supermax Facility
There are certain facilities in the world that are designed to hold the worst criminals that humanity has to offer, and one of them is the ADX-Florence Supermax Facility in Colorado. While that may sound like a good idea given that sometimes there are prisoners who need to be under constant surveillance...there are limits to what one should do there.
ADX Florence is known for its harsh conditions; inmates are kept in solitary confinement for 23 hours a day. ... There is no mess hall; food is hand-delivered to each inmate by the guards. The prison has a multitude of motion detectors and cameras, 1,400 remote-controlled steel doors, and 12-foot high razor wire fences.
- Diyarbakir Prison
When you have a prison that has been dubbed "inhumane' by pundits you know you're doing something wrong. That is the case with this famous and disturbing prison in Turkey, where inmates have their spirits broken and people experience violence every day.
- La Sabaneta Prison
La Sabaneta Prison was one that perfectly showed the problems with various prisons in the world. Mainly, they were holding WAY too many prisoners to be run effectively. In this case, La Sabaneta Prison was SUPPOSED to hold only 15,000 prisoners, and yet, it held 25,000. The guard-to-prisoner ratio was 1 guard for every 150 prisoners! That was NOT a way to keep things safe.
The prison is known for its violent incidents. A violent gun battle in 1994 resulted in the death of 108 prisoners. Additionally, 196 prisoners were killed and 624 wounded because of jail violence in 1995.
- Tadmor Prison
Located in Syria, Tadmor Prison was infamous for various reasons. Not the least of which is its treatment of its prisoners. Amnesty International has stated that “every aspect of it was designed to dehumanize its inhabitants.” Which obviously is NOT the point that prisons were meant to serve.
- Carandiru Penitentiary
Located in Brazil, Carandiru Penitentiary was known to be the most violent and brutal prison that resided in the world for decades. To give you a small taste of what happened here, there was a massacre within the prison in 1992. It was so bad that 102 prisoners were killed by it, and numerous military police were themselves sentenced to prison for their actions during the massacre.
Conditions inside the walls were truly horrific - gags ruled every inch of the prison blocks, malnutrition was commonplace, diseases and injuries were treated by minimal medical staff almost always without the use of any painkillers (chief medical director was too scared to enter the prison for years, fearing for his life.
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