Shocking pictures of the prison in the Philippines
• Shocking pictures from the prison in the Philippines
The prison in Quezon City was constructed 60 years ago on the Philippine island of Luzon. Originally it was supposed to post 800 detainees, but the authorities managed to hold 3 800 inmates take turns to sleep on the floor, the stairs, the hammocks made from old blankets.
This place is more like a can of sardines. Photojournalist Noel Celis "snuck" into the prison to see how it looks in reality.
The daily budget per prisoner - 50 pesos (about 70 rub.) On food and 5 pesos for medicine. (Photo by Noel Celis):
One toilet for 130 people. The stench of rotting garbage is compounded in the neighborhood near the prison channel. (Photo by Noel Celis):
Philippine prisons are the most congested in the world. On average, they contain 5 times more prisoners than it should be. (Photo by Noel Celis):
The conditions of detention in prisons are becoming worse every year, because the police were brutal war crime. The President said that the main priority of his six-year reign is the elimination of the drug. (Photo by Noel Celis):
Total for 1 month in the Philippines, hundreds of people and thousands more detained were killed.
"like sardines" - the most accurate description of this place.
Pomyvka and postirka.
A grim place.
"Please keep quiet."