JAILS & PRISONS

There are about 3,800 jails in the United States

"Prison is designed to break ones spirit and destroy ones resolve. To do this the authorities attempt to exploit every weakness, demolish every initiative, negate all signs of individuality – all with the idea of stamping out that spark that makes each of us human and each of us who we are."

– Nelson Mandela




2018 - . . .: Moshannon Valley CI, Pennsylvania, USA

2016 - 2018FCI Williamsburg, South Carolina, USA
201- 2016: McRae Correctional Facility, McRae Helena, Georgia, USA

2015: Clayton County Prison, Lovejoy, Georgia, USA

2015: USP Victorville, Adelanto, California, USA
2014 - 2015: FCI Lompoc, Santa Barbara, California, USA
2014: FCI Mendota, Mendota, California, USA
2014: Nevada Southern Detention Center, Pahrump, Nevada, USA
2012 - 2014: Metropolitan Detention Center, West side, Brooklyn, New York, USA
2007 - 2012: Metropolitan Detention Center, East side, Brooklyn, New York, USA
2007, 2018: United States Penitentiary, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
2007, 2014, 2018: Federal Transfer Center, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA
2005-2007, 2014: Federal Detention Center, Dublin, California, USA
2004-2005, 2014: Glenn Dyer - Alameda county jail, Oakland, California, USA
2004: Santa Rita county jail, Santa Rita, California, USA
2004: San Francisco county jail, San Fransisco, California, USA
2003 - 2004: Nicosia Central Prison, Cyprus
1999: Federal Detention Center, Miami, Florida, USA
1993: Hosni Mubarak Secret Service jail, Aleksandria, Egypt
1993: Muammar Gaddafi Secret Service jail, Tobruk, Libya

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