from Radio Blackout
In the present critical, concretised conditions of generalised torture of the prison population, deaths, suicides (25 from the start of the year) and all the various daily brutalities that distinguish the world of the privation of freedom in Italy, it is more important than ever to speak of who does not passively accept the revenge of the State, to spread that the yoke of penance does not always manage to get the better of the bodies and souls of those who are locked up.
We hope that for one foiled escape attempt, may more will succeed.
"They had made a rough hole in the wall of the cell, but were discovered by the wardens on duty in the penitentiary institute of Ancone.
Two prisoners: B.C., 54 years from Africo (RC) and L.M., 49 years from Catania, both held in the prison's high security wing, had begun to scoop out a hole in the wall with the aid of a spoon and a nail, possibly in the hope of being able to escape. When the day's work was over, they closed up the hole again, masking it with savoyard biscuits soaked in flour and water and covered with a sheet of newspaper. They had already made a hole of about 22 cm wided and 30 cm deep.'
Mar, 11/05/2010 – 11:24