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LIFE ON THE INSIDE
These pictures have been taken inside Bang Kwang prison and show the conditions under which inmates must exist.


A room with a view, the toilets are of the open plan variety.

A close up of the only food provided to those with no money.


In the background a prisoner prepares food, very close to where the rubbish lies, rotting.

Thai prisoners have to work, here one works as a stonemason with no safety equipment at all.


A junkie prepares to shoot Heroin, freely available in the prison.

This prisoner has cracked up, he doesn't wear clothes until it rains, and then he gets dressed.

The following pictures were captured from a tape of a Thai TV programme which was made after the breakout of 1998.

The main gate, best viewed from the outside.

The window from which the prisoners escaped, all were later captured.


A typical cell can hold thirty or more prisoners.

Opposite prisoners feet touch if both attempt to lie down at the same time.


The prison is so overcrowded that corridors are used as cells.

Views of the visiting area from the prisoners side.


The shouting match begins.

The Thai's deny the use of leg restraints..

Archived from the Brian (KOP) website 'Life Inside'.
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