Inmates-rest-in-their-sleeping-quarters5

These shocking images you are about to see exposes the brutal life endured by prisoners in Manila quezon City prison which was built for 800… but now houses 3,800 inmates.

Located in the capital city of the Philippines, the living conditions are so harsh that some prisoners do not even have enough space to sleep on the floor.

Instead, prisoners are forced to take turns to lie down.

One prisoner – Raymund Narag – was 20 when he was sent to the jail after being convicted of murdering a young man.

He served seven years in the prison, and have since spoken out about the conditions there. Mr Narag claims he shared one cell with 30 others, living on a diet of dried fish.

Speaking of life behind bars, he has previously said:

“I saw firsthand the intricacies of managing a crowded, underfunded, undermanned prison institution.”

More photos below:

Inmates-rest-in-their-sleeping-quarters4

Inmates-rest-in-their-sleeping-quarters3

Inmates-rest-in-their-sleeping-quarters2

Inmates-rest-in-their-sleeping-quarters1

Inmates-rest-in-their-sleeping-quarters

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here