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I spent seven and a half years in a Japanese prison. With this account of what I personally saw and experienced and I wish to denounce what is happening there.
What goes on in Japanese prisons is inexcusable. Today there are hundreds of Foreign Nationals who are incarcerated in Japan, a country that does not respect basic human rights.
The Japanese penal system was modelled on French and English systems as they existed at the beginning of the 20th century. While the penal system in these countries has evolved, it has remained the same in Japan, where torture-moral rather than physical is still employed.
When prisoners are released at the end of their sentence, they are broken men. Let me give you a few examples.
You are only allowed to speak when taking a walk, and half-hour walks are only allowed three times a week. Apart from those times speaking is forbidden. You are usually alone in your cell and are not allowed to walk in itto lean against a wall, to wash your face at any other time than the morning, to look out of the window, to sing or whistle, to talk to yourself, or to lie down outside of the appointed times.
Playing any kind of game is also forbidden except during appointed times.
In your work place you have to keep your eyes fixed on your hands, which have to be placed on your work bench. You cannot look right or to the left.
You can only go to the toilet at appointed times. When you move from place to place in the prison, you have to march in step. If you do not walk correctly during a recreational period, you have to spend the period marching around the courtyard.
There are all sorts of different rules for each moment of the day. If you do not obey them, you have to spend time in solitary confinement before your case is judged. Then you are sent to a special section to be disciplined.
There he is placed in a black cubicle with a low ceiling, one of his arms is tied in front of him with leather straps, the other behind. His trousers have a hole in cut in them so that he can go to toilet without using his arms. He is not allowed to wipe himself.The Prisoner is a British science fiction-allegorical television series about an unidentified British intelligence agent who is abducted and imprisoned in a mysterious coastal village, where his captors try to find out why he abruptly resigned from his job.
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1. Why do I want to write to someone in prison? It’s really important that we all take some time to ask ourselves what we want to get out of this pen pal friendship.