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10 Of The Worst Prisons In The World

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  • 4 years ago
Some of these are the most violent prisons on earth. These dangerous maximum security prisons will make you want to stay out of trouble.
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Ideally, in a perfect world, none of us want to go to prison. The majority of us consider ourselves law-abiding citizens who try to do good each day. Of course, there’s the occasional traffic ticket, or maybe even messing up on our tax returns, getting sued by someone, etc. But most of the time, crimes are fairly minor. But if you’re someone who has a hard time following the law, or constantly getting in trouble, then you’re probably all too familiar with the prison system. Some prisons are worse than others, and often the prison fits the crime. Some prisons, if you committed a crime such as tax fraud or something relatively minor, may seem like a walk in the park. But if you committed a murder, assaulted someone, committed a crime that was drug related, etc. then you might be placed somewhere with a lot more security with rules and less-than-comfortable living conditions.

For example, the Vladmir Central Prison is notorious for the abuse that it bestows upon its inmates. Built in Russia in 1783, the prison received fame for locking up political figures during the Soviet Union. What makes this prison even more intense is that the guards will actually order prisoners to beat each other. In Nairobi, Kenya, you don’t want to be sent to the Kamiti Maximum Security Prison. Not only is it overcrowded in a 1200 square foot lot, but prisoners are subject to malnutrition, disease, and ulcers. The prison is also known for housing political figures.

One of the most well-known prisons in the world was Alcatraz. Set upon a rock off the coastline of San Francisco, Alcatraz housed some of the country’s most notorious criminals, including Al Capone. Forever isolated from the outside world, prisoners were forced to gaze upon the bustling city across the bay, while living life in prison. Prisoners were forced to show no emotion, or they were subjected to violent punishments.

Russia actually has a few prisons that are considered to be just awful. The Butyrka Prison in Moscow was rampant with AIDS and turberculosis diagnosis plus major overcrowding. Guards were placing 100 people in cells that were built to hold only ten. No wonder prisoners got so sick! Speaking of overcrowding, the Diyarbakr Prison in Turkey was constantly under fire for overcrowding the facility, along with imprisoning children for life. Many people there were unfairly incarcerated. The prison was known for psychologically and physically torturing their prisoners along with forcing them to live in unlivable conditions.

Petak Island Prison is pretty much the Russian version of Alcatraz, located in White Lake. The prison was created to hold some of the worst inmates that the country could find. The idea and trend of having an impenetrable or inescapable prison was becoming popular. The prisoners are forced to live in cages that have no lavatories or washrooms, which makes the living conditions uncomfortable and unsanitary.

These aren’t even the worst prisons on the list. The rest of the prisons in this video alone should be enough to convince you or your loved ones to stay on the right path and not stray into a life a crime.
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1.Vladimir Central Prison, Russia
2. Kamiti Maximum Security Prison, Nairobi, Kenya
3. Butyrka Prison, Moscow, Russia
4. Diyarbakır Prison, Turkey
5. Petak Island Prison, White Lake, Russia
6. San Juan de Lurigancho, Lima, Peru
7. Rikers Island Prison, New York
8. Alcatraz, San Francisco, California
9. Gitarama Central Prison, Rwanda
10. Camp 22, North Korea
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