Some articles on prisoners, prisoner:

U.S. Department Of State 2003 Human Rights Report For Colombia - Prisoners
... Conditions in the severely overcrowded and under-funded prisons are harsh, especially for prisoners without significant outside support, and prisoners frequently ... The government does not hold political prisoners, although in 2003 it held approximately 6,800 prisoners accused of terrorism, rebellion, or aiding and abetting insurgency ...
Religion In The United Kingdom - Religion and Society - Religion and Prison
... Prisoners are given religious freedom and privileges while in prison ... including religious affiliation, of UK prisoners and is published as the Offender Management Caseload Statistics ... Religious representation is greater for prisoners serving a sentence of at least four years than for those of shorter terms ...
... Hooding is the placing of a hood over the entire head of a prisoner ... One legal scholar considers the hooding of prisoners to be a violation of international law, specifically the Third and Fourth Geneva Conventions, which ... Hooding is potentially dangerous, especially when a prisoner's hands are also bound ...
Valentin Submarine Pens - Construction
... The camp was sited at a large naval fuel oil storage facility some prisoners were accommodated in an empty underground fuel tank ... by an army captain, Ulrich Wahl, and the prisoners were guarded by a detachment of naval infantry ... The prisoners included German criminals and political prisoners, non–German civilian workers (Fremdarbeiter) as well as Russian, Polish, French and Greek prisoners of war ...
Iron Heights Penitentiary - Fictional History
... its vicious and brutal treatment of its prisoners ... building, and guards were ordered to shoot any prisoner on sight if they were trying to escape or caught outside the prison ... Also, the prisoners were beaten on a daily basis ...

Famous quotes containing the word prisoners:

    We are all conceived in close prison; in our mothers’ wombs, we are close prisoners all; when we are born, we are born but to the liberty of the house; prisoners still, though within larger walls; and then all our life is but a going out to the place of execution, to death.
    John Donne (c. 1572–1631)

    It is not only the prisoners who grow coarse and hardened from corporeal punishment, but those as well who perpetrate the act or are present to witness it.
    Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (1860–1904)

    Your notions of friendship are new to me; I believe every man is born with his quantum, and he cannot give to one without robbing another. I very well know to whom I would give the first place in my friendship, but they are not in the way, I am condemned to another scene, and therefore I distribute it in pennyworths to those about me, and who displease me least, and should do the same to my fellow prisoners if I were condemned to a jail.
    Jonathan Swift (1667–1745)