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Photo Essay: San Pedro Jail: the Pris...
La Paz
By Andrea Carrubba
13 May 2016

Despite the prison is self-managed, security and administrative management of the prison entrusted to the police. In the pyramid of the prison system, at the back of the interior minister and the director of the penitentiary department there is the colonel-in-chief, the only one who actually lives in the building and, in fact, represents the Bolivian government within the walls of San Pedro. Often they are interviewed by journalist and videomaker and, with same frequency, they are replaced by their superiors.

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Photo Essay: San Pedro Jail: the Pris...
La Paz
By Andrea Carrubba
10 May 2016

Section Pinos, which owes its name to a large tree in the middle of his small yard, holds two restaurants, two bars, a soccer field, a billiard room and a study room, now it used as a copy shop. The lack of accommodation available in the prison, because of overcrowding, led prisoners to set up makeshift shelters practically anywhere: attics, stairs and gaps have thus become housing for one or more people, sometimes entire families.

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Photo Essay: San Pedro Jail: the Pris...
La Paz
By Andrea Carrubba
10 May 2016

In each section are placed some pay phones equipped with metered and managed by one or more inmates, required to pay the good section of the revenues. The phone, controlled by the police prison, should be the only system of communication with the outside. In truth, most of the prisoners own a mobile phone with which it can continue to manage relationships with the outside and, if they did, their illicit activities, unaware of the police.

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Photo Essay: San Pedro Jail: the Pris...
La Paz
By Andrea Carrubba
05 May 2016

The roofs of the prison, which are accessed by some cells of the last floor moving a sheet resting on the beams, are used for a variety of activities:drying foods,sunbathing,smoking outdoors and drying clothes . Of this late activity are occupied the mostly of poorest prisoners who, after washing clothes, bedding and mattresses for other companions; they venture on to the rickety sheet metal roofing at about 10 meters above the ground, seriously endangering their lives, to earn only a few pesos.

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Photo Essay: San Pedro Jail: the Pris...
La Paz
By Andrea Carrubba
05 May 2016

The monoblock of Palmar, although it is a collective dormitory, it is equipped with a TV and three electric hot-plates. Television, inside the prison, is a faithful mate of life for the majority of the prisoners and it continues to remain on even when no one looks.

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Photo Essay: San Pedro Jail: the Pris...
La Paz
By Andrea Carrubba
05 May 2016

Visits inside the prison are allowed for most days of the week and like everything inside the prison are by payment.Visitors are allowed to spend the entire day inside and through an additional payment, even to stay overnight.Who does not receive visits can always reach his loved ones through the inevitable phone, only prohibited on paper and for which refills are sold in many commercial activities managed by the prisoners.

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Photo Essay: San Pedro Jail: the Pris...
La Paz
By Andrea Carrubba
04 May 2016

Within a niche carved into the wall and protected by a wooden structure, a television with a powerful sound system it offers a little ‘entertainment to the prisoners, in the yard of Palmar section. Often some viewers are not part of the section but, despite being prohibited, there is a tacit tolerance and shared.

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Photo Essay: San Pedro Jail: the Pris...
La Paz
By Andrea Carrubba
29 Apr 2016

Marco, a young twenty year old with a long interval between the recovery community and juvenile prison dreams, as a free man, a future in hip hop music. habitual consumer of alcohol and drugs of all kinds, he wrote his lyrics mostly in prison, where he finds every day a lot of ideas, including the conditions of the detainees and their adventures before his arrest. It is more inspired by Latin American artists and Cypress Hill.

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Photo Essay: San Pedro Jail: the Pris...
La Paz
By Andrea Carrubba
25 Apr 2016

Among the many commercial and craft activities there is a dressmaker’s workroom manage by 3 three prisoners, which shall make garments both for the prisoners themselves than for external institutions and associations. Genaro, the head of the workshop, he learned to be a tailor in prison and dreams, as a free man, to open his own workshop. In his past, for years, he had always dealt with the cocaine refining process in the Bolivian jungle and he had never done work legally paid.

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Photo Essay: San Pedro Jail: the Pris...
La Paz
By Andrea Carrubba
21 Apr 2016

In addition to the shelters and individual cells, there are also common dormitories, arranged to accommodate a larger number of prisoners, because the rent of a single cell is quite expensive and many can not afford it.To convict it is given a bed, a personal locker and the possibility to use the common warming. So, without any rehabilitative logic, prisoners in preventive detention, young thieves and small-time dealers must live side by side with murderers, rapists and drug traffickers.

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Photo Essay: San Pedro Jail: the Pris...
La Paz
By Andrea Carrubba
18 Apr 2016

Several times a week entering hundreds of liters of smuggled alcohol in San Pedro. Corruption, which is overflowing among the police, it allows the input and feeds a commercial chain, as well, is created. Mostly it is pure alcohol at 96 °, manufactured by the bolivian company names Caiman and packaged in aluminum cans of 1 liter with a characteristic purple color. After the resale and consumption of their content, the latter are recycled within the prison and thus become pretty toys sold outside.

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Photo Essay: San Pedro Jail: the Pris...
La Paz
By Andrea Carrubba
08 Apr 2016

Penitenziary organization gives the breakfast and the lunch to the prisoners, in the plazas of the sections. Out of this, everything is by payment. Every is coocked by prisoners in the kitchen of Palmar section.

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Another Sky: An Uruguayan journey 26
Montevideo, Uruguay
By Francesco Pistilli
05 Feb 2014

Women escaping domestic violence, drug addiction and crime in a shelter and rehab center in Montevideo make dust rags. Domestic violence is widespread across Latin America including in this small, mostly rural country with an average of 68 reports of gender based violence made daily in Montevideo.

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Another Sky: An Uruguayan journey 27
Montevideo, Uruguay
By Francesco Pistilli
05 Feb 2014

Stella, 32, comes from the Uruguayan countryside (Tacuarembo area). She and her autistic son were beaten and abused by her husband for 4 years. Since her husband was jailed for attempting to kill her, Stella lives with her son in a shelter for women escaping violence and addiction.

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Long march by Heazot - E- Islam
Dhaka, Bangladesh
By Mais Istanbuli
06 Apr 2013

In early February 2013, a large group of bloggers in Shahbag, Bangladesh protested against the lifetime prison sentencing of a war criminal. They demanded that the criminal be hung to his death as a punishment for blasphemous writing. Allama Muhammad Shadi, the principal of Hathajari Madrasha and the leader of a non-political organization Hefazot-E- Islam, has also called for a massive protest in Motijheel, Dhaka, Bangladesh, on April 6th 2013.

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Long march by Heazot (14 of 14)
Dhaka, Bangladesh
By Khandaker Azizur Rahman
06 Apr 2013

Atheist Bloggers in Bangladesh were continuously writing on the blogs against Islam, Allah and Prophet SM. due to their writings of vicious blasphemy and harsh words General public demand those atheist bloggers should be hang till death . Bloggers words were not tolerated by the public. Allama Ahmed Shafi, the principle of Hathajari Madrasha and the leader of a non political organization Hefazot - E- Islam, called for a massive protest in Motijheel, Dhaka, Bangladesh, on April 6th 2013, as well.

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Long march by Heazot (13 of 14)
Dhaka, Bangladesh
By Khandaker Azizur Rahman
06 Apr 2013

Atheist Bloggers in Bangladesh were continuously writing on the blogs against Islam, Allah and Prophet SM. due to their writings of vicious blasphemy and harsh words General public demand those atheist bloggers should be hang till death . Bloggers words were not tolerated by the public. Allama Ahmed Shafi, the principle of Hathajari Madrasha and the leader of a non political organization Hefazot - E- Islam, called for a massive protest in Motijheel, Dhaka, Bangladesh, on April 6th 2013, as well.

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Long march by Heazot (12 of 14)
Dhaka, Bangladesh
By Khandaker Azizur Rahman
06 Apr 2013

Atheist Bloggers in Bangladesh were continuously writing on the blogs against Islam, Allah and Prophet SM. due to their writings of vicious blasphemy and harsh words General public demand those atheist bloggers should be hang till death . Bloggers words were not tolerated by the public. Allama Ahmed Shafi, the principle of Hathajari Madrasha and the leader of a non political organization Hefazot - E- Islam, called for a massive protest in Motijheel, Dhaka, Bangladesh, on April 6th 2013, as well.

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Long march by Heazot (11 of 14)
Dhaka, Bangladesh
By Khandaker Azizur Rahman
06 Apr 2013

Atheist Bloggers in Bangladesh were continuously writing on the blogs against Islam, Allah and Prophet SM. due to their writings of vicious blasphemy and harsh words General public demand those atheist bloggers should be hang till death . Bloggers words were not tolerated by the public. Allama Ahmed Shafi, the principle of Hathajari Madrasha and the leader of a non political organization Hefazot - E- Islam, called for a massive protest in Motijheel, Dhaka, Bangladesh, on April 6th 2013, as well.

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Long march by Heazot (10 of 14)
Dhaka, Bangladesh
By Khandaker Azizur Rahman
06 Apr 2013

Atheist Bloggers in Bangladesh were continuously writing on the blogs against Islam, Allah and Prophet SM. due to their writings of vicious blasphemy and harsh words General public demand those atheist bloggers should be hang till death . Bloggers words were not tolerated by the public. Allama Ahmed Shafi, the principle of Hathajari Madrasha and the leader of a non political organization Hefazot - E- Islam, called for a massive protest in Motijheel, Dhaka, Bangladesh, on April 6th 2013, as well.

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Long march by Heazot (9 of 14)
Dhaka, Bangladesh
By Khandaker Azizur Rahman
06 Apr 2013

Atheist Bloggers in Bangladesh were continuously writing on the blogs against Islam, Allah and Prophet SM. due to their writings of vicious blasphemy and harsh words General public demand those atheist bloggers should be hang till death . Bloggers words were not tolerated by the public. Allama Ahmed Shafi, the principle of Hathajari Madrasha and the leader of a non political organization Hefazot - E- Islam, called for a massive protest in Motijheel, Dhaka, Bangladesh, on April 6th 2013, as well.

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Long march by Heazot (8 of 14)
Dhaka, Bangladesh
By Khandaker Azizur Rahman
06 Apr 2013

Atheist Bloggers in Bangladesh were continuously writing on the blogs against Islam, Allah and Prophet SM. due to their writings of vicious blasphemy and harsh words General public demand those atheist bloggers should be hang till death . Bloggers words were not tolerated by the public. Allama Ahmed Shafi, the principle of Hathajari Madrasha and the leader of a non political organization Hefazot - E- Islam, called for a massive protest in Motijheel, Dhaka, Bangladesh, on April 6th 2013, as well.

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Long march by Heazot (7 of 14)
Dhaka, Bangladesh
By Khandaker Azizur Rahman
06 Apr 2013

Atheist Bloggers in Bangladesh were continuously writing on the blogs against Islam, Allah and Prophet SM. due to their writings of vicious blasphemy and harsh words General public demand those atheist bloggers should be hang till death . Bloggers words were not tolerated by the public. Allama Ahmed Shafi, the principle of Hathajari Madrasha and the leader of a non political organization Hefazot - E- Islam, called for a massive protest in Motijheel, Dhaka, Bangladesh, on April 6th 2013, as well.

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Long march by Heazot (6 of 14)
Dhaka, Bangladesh
By Khandaker Azizur Rahman
06 Apr 2013

Atheist Bloggers in Bangladesh were continuously writing on the blogs against Islam, Allah and Prophet SM. due to their writings of vicious blasphemy and harsh words General public demand those atheist bloggers should be hang till death . Bloggers words were not tolerated by the public. Allama Ahmed Shafi, the principle of Hathajari Madrasha and the leader of a non political organization Hefazot - E- Islam, called for a massive protest in Motijheel, Dhaka, Bangladesh, on April 6th 2013, as well.

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Long march by Heazot (5 of 14)
Dhaka, Bangladesh
By Khandaker Azizur Rahman
06 Apr 2013

Atheist Bloggers in Bangladesh were continuously writing on the blogs against Islam, Allah and Prophet SM. due to their writings of vicious blasphemy and harsh words General public demand those atheist bloggers should be hang till death . Bloggers words were not tolerated by the public. Allama Ahmed Shafi, the principle of Hathajari Madrasha and the leader of a non political organization Hefazot - E- Islam, called for a massive protest in Motijheel, Dhaka, Bangladesh, on April 6th 2013, as well.

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Long march by Heazot (4 of 14)
Dhaka, Bangladesh
By Khandaker Azizur Rahman
06 Apr 2013

Atheist Bloggers in Bangladesh were continuously writing on the blogs against Islam, Allah and Prophet SM. due to their writings of vicious blasphemy and harsh words General public demand those atheist bloggers should be hang till death . Bloggers words were not tolerated by the public. Allama Ahmed Shafi, the principle of Hathajari Madrasha and the leader of a non political organization Hefazot - E- Islam, called for a massive protest in Motijheel, Dhaka, Bangladesh, on April 6th 2013, as well.

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Long march by Heazot (3 of 14)
Dhaka, Bangladesh
By Khandaker Azizur Rahman
06 Apr 2013

Atheist Bloggers in Bangladesh were continuously writing on the blogs against Islam, Allah and Prophet SM. due to their writings of vicious blasphemy and harsh words General public demand those atheist bloggers should be hang till death . Bloggers words were not tolerated by the public. Allama Ahmed Shafi, the principle of Hathajari Madrasha and the leader of a non political organization Hefazot - E- Islam, called for a massive protest in Motijheel, Dhaka, Bangladesh, on April 6th 2013, as well.

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Long march by Heazot (2 of 14)
Dhaka, Bangladesh
By Khandaker Azizur Rahman
06 Apr 2013

Atheist Bloggers in Bangladesh were continuously writing on the blogs against Islam, Allah and Prophet SM. due to their writings of vicious blasphemy and harsh words General public demand those atheist bloggers should be hang till death . Bloggers words were not tolerated by the public. Allama Ahmed Shafi, the principle of Hathajari Madrasha and the leader of a non political organization Hefazot - E- Islam, called for a massive protest in Motijheel, Dhaka, Bangladesh, on April 6th 2013, as well.

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Long march by Heazot (1 of 14)
Dhaka, Bangladesh
By Khandaker Azizur Rahman
06 Apr 2013

Atheist Bloggers in Bangladesh were continuously writing on the blogs against Islam, Allah and Prophet SM. due to their writings of vicious blasphemy and harsh words General public demand those atheist bloggers should be hang till death . Bloggers words were not tolerated by the public. Allama Ahmed Shafi, the principle of Hathajari Madrasha and the leader of a non political organization Hefazot - E- Islam, called for a massive protest in Motijheel, Dhaka, Bangladesh, on April 6th 2013, as well.

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Egyptians To Be Executed For Killing ...
Ismailia Criminal Court, Cairo, Egypt
By U.S. Editor
24 Sep 2012

On Thursday, October 11, Ismailia Criminal Court sentenced and referred the papers of 19 convicts to Egypt’s Mufti to get his opinion on their execution for killing a young man inside a mosque while he was praying during Ramadan in 2010.
Two the convicts were present inside the dock while the other 17 were sentenced in absentia.
The execution verdict will finally be pronounced on November 10 after the Mufti’s approval.
SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) Judge Ahmed Ibrahim Al-Sabeely:
“The court decided with consensus of its members to refer the convicts’ papers to the Mufti of Egypt to provide the Islamic legal opinion on the case and set the session of November 10 to review the case. The session is adjourned.”

The first convict explained that they did it in revenge for his brother who had been killed by the victim’s cousin.
The investigations confirmed that the victim, a 24-year-old young man, was repeatedly stabbed in the head, the back and the stomach, and the convicts professed committing the crime and reenacted it before the prosecution.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: September 24, 2012
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: September 24, 2012
Length: 0:01:21
Video Size: 66.9 MB
Language: Arabic
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Camera: VCS

SHOTLIST:
1. Wide shot of Ismailia Criminal Court
2. Various shots of the court session
3. Various shots of the convicts inside the dock during the court session
4. Various shots of the judges and attendees
5. SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) Judge Ahmed Ibrahim Al-Sabeely:
“The court decided with consensus of its members to refer the convicts’ papers to the Mufti of Egypt to provide the Islamic legal opinion on the case and set the session of November 10 to review the case. The session is adjourned.”
6. Various shots of the convicts reenacting the crime before the prosecution inside the mosque