Eye-opening images reveal the daily life inside Quezon City jail in Manila, the capital of the Philippines; where 3,800 inmates serve time behind the walls of a prison built for just 800

Men take turns to sleep on the cracked cement floor of an open-air basketball court, the steps of staircases, underneath beds and hammocks made out of old blankets (pictured) SHARE PICTURE

Men take turns to sleep on the cracked cement floor of an open

With their arms draped over the bars of their cell, a group of inmates keep a steady gaze on something happening out of sight SHARE PICTURE

With their arms draped over the bars of their cell, a group of inmates keep a steady gaze on something happening out of

Eye-opening images reveal the daily life inside Quezon City jail in Manila, the capital of the Philippines; where 3,800 inmates serve time behind the walls of a prison built for just 800SHARE PICTURE

Eye-opening images reveal the daily life inside Quezon City jail in Manila, the capital of the Philippines; where 3,800 inmates serve time behind the walls of a prison built for just 800

Raymund Narag says he was 20 when he was accused of a crime he did not commit, the murder of a young man in the Philippines, according to the GMA Network.  

Mr Narag served seven years, where he said he stayed in a cell with 30 other men instead of the intended five and lived off a diet of dried fish that he says barely sustained him. 

In his book ‘Freedom and Death Inside the Jail’, Dr Narag details the horrendous living conditions the inmates are subjected to and the fear that consumed him. 

‘For almost seven years, I experienced death every waking moment of my life inside the jail,’ he said.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3715617/Eye-opening-images-cramped-crowded-conditions-inside-Philippines-Quezon-City-jail.html#ixzz4GCylhkAW
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