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The Deadliest Prison In The World

Basically the prison is where detainees intended to make up for their mistakes, but what happens if the prison is actually a deadly place for prisoners.

Called 'lethal' not only because of the brutality, but could also be due to prison conditions that are not feasible until you can not imagine. It is remarkable, human life as worthless there.

Here is a list of the world's deadliest prison.
  • Tadmor, Syria

Deaths at this prison untold. Violence in Tadmor so horrible and totally unforgiving. A former prison inmate Tadmor described this as the kingdom of death and madness are terrible.

Tadmor had a blood thirsty guards, inmates butcher, and political prisoners. In 1980, after an assassination attempt against the President (in Damascus), prisoners were forced to pay dearly. The soldiers attacked the prison. They use a helicopter and landed at Tadmor. These soldiers massacred 500 people prisoners in their cells. The prisoners were brutally killed, can not escape because the guards chained their feet in the cell.
  • La Sante, France

Like a prison 'death' other, here human life as worthless. Rampant brutal action. Violations managerial oenjara make life really is not insignificant. Many prisoners eventually became insane. Jail cells were full of fleas and rats to make prisoners into stress.

It is ironic because the meaning of the word 'La Sante' which means health. Due to the fact that there really life is not healthy. Slavery among guards to inmates, fellow inmates, have become commonplace. The act of rape is very high among inmates and occurs every day. No wonder that many prisoners can not bear eventually commit suicide or become insane. During the year 2002 reported 122 suicides of prisoners. Followed by 73 inmates in mid-2003.

Suicidal Tendencies is likely due to the terrible living conditions there. Prison overcrowding, lack of facilities, as well as violence there, allegedly as a trigger suicide.
  • La Sabaneta, Venezuela

Venezuela also has a jail that is not less brutal, namely La Sabaneta, where violence is 'fine dining' everyday. Facilities are minimal, making it so easy to spread epidemics. Understandably, physician services are minimal, even negligible. Lack of food with a menu that is far from simple.

Conditions in the jail La Sabaneta worse than the worst. Not surprisingly, a cholera epidemic has stopped here and has taken the deaths of 700 prisoners. Furthermore never happened massacre that took the life of 100 prisoners in 1994. Death is rampant in La Sabaneta. One little, life could be floated. Warden impressed lazy to keep the prisoners in jail, so inmates can be free to do what they want. They fight and even kill a fellow prisoner. The guard seemed to 'close eye' on the incident.
  • Diyarbakr, Turkey

The prison called harshest prison in Turkey where all the brutality and sadism always happens in this place. From 1981 to 1984, 34 prisoners died due to excessive torture, both mental and physical. Not to mention the rampant cases of sexual deviation.

The prisoners actually protesting prison management. They are on hunger strike, even burning themselves in protest. But never responded.

The prison facility 'terrible' and far from standard. Many terrible events have taken place in which the children were also placed in prison and received a life sentence. Crimes against humanity appear to be a regular event. Not surprisingly, this prison is one of the most horrible prisons in the world.
  • Alcatraz, United State

This prison, known as "The Rock" or "Devil's Island". Built in the 1920s. Discomfort here. Alcatraz is designed so that it is impossible for prisoners to escape from here. Alcatraz actually creates its own world. The inmates really lost contact with life out there.

Prison official’s arrogant, rude guards, inhumane policies colouring the days of the prisoners there. Do not be surprised if many inmates with mental disorders caused tremendous psychological pressure. Just imagine, there is a ban for not conversing with other prisoners. If violated, it will be subject to penalties. Inmates are prohibited from issuing his emotions. They are forced to shut up. Human rights in Alcatraz have been revoked. It is a prison 'hell'. The prison was closed in 1963, but the legacy of darkness continues to 'live' and became a legend.
  • Bang Kwang, Thailand

Known as the "Bangkok Hilton". Prison is arguably no longer feasible, besides crowded, guards force is also less. Prisoners chained. Reportedly many prisoners went insane due to stress through the first month in custody.

Khun Nattee prison director admitted, it is the most violent prisons throughout Thailand. Has a very minimal facilities, including health care for prisoners is very standard.

Sick prisoners could only curl up with his legs chained in his room, waiting for the drug (if any).
  • Carandiru, Brazil

This prison had horrendous Brazil is also the world when riots broke out in the prison in 1992. The tragedy of genocide involving local police led to hundreds of casualties. There is mention 103 but some sources say 111 inmates were killed.

Carandiru tragedy comes from the outbreak of war 'gang' in prisons, which extends involves many inmates. Police then brought in reinforcements. Actually, at that time many inmates had surrendered by throwing their weapons. They asked for police protection, but the police responded by shooting at them.

The brutal treatment of the police sparked protests everywhere, not to mention Amnesty International called for the prison was closed in 2002. Amnesty International reported human rights abuses there that can not be tolerated anymore. Not only that, the prison facility is also very bad, causing the spread of the deadly disease.
  • Guantanamo, Cuba

The Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp is a place of detention and interrogation controversial United States military facilities located within Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, Cuba. This facility was established in 2002 by the Bush administration to hold detainees who are believed to be connected with the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.

This place is operated by Joint Task Force Guantanamo (JTF-GTMO) of the United States government at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, which is located on the coast of Guantanamo Bay. Detention area consists of three camps: Camp Delta (includes Camp Echo), Camp Iguana, and Camp X-Ray, but Camp X-Ray has been closed. This facility is often referred to as Guantánamo, G-Bay or Gitmo, and the GTMO, the military abbreviation for the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base.
  • Bagram, Afghanistan

In 2005, The New York Times to obtain 2,000 pages of US Army report on the killing of two unarmed Afghan civilian detainees by armed forces in 2002 at the Bagram Theatre Internment Facility (Bagram Collection Point or BCP) in Bagram, Afghanistan.

The detainees, Habibullah and Dilawar, was chained to the ceiling and beaten, causing their death. The military said that the death of the two prisoners was due to the murder. Autopsies revealed severe trauma to both prisoners leg, the trauma is comparable with the injury if hit by a bus. As a result of the incident, seven soldiers were charged.
  • Abu Ghraib, Iraq

Beginning in 2004, the human rights violations in the form of physical violence, psychological, and sexual abuse, including torture, reports of rape, sodomy, and murder of prisoners held at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq, also known as Baghdad Correctional Facility (Facility Correctional Baghdad) appear public surface. This action carried out by military police personnel from the United States Army together with additional institutions of the US government.

Revealed in the Taguba report, the initial criminal investigation by the United States Army Criminal Investigation Command, where troops from Military Police Battalion 320 had been charged under the Military Justice in the case of prisoner abuse. In 2004, the article describes the harassment, including pictures showing military personnel had tortured prisoners so that public concern. This is similar to a report of a 60 Minutes II News (April 28) and an article by Seymour M. Hersh in The New Yorker magazine.
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