Secrets of Japanese prisons
• Secrets of Japanese prisons
Japanese prison frighten even experienced yakuza. There is no place for dirt, gang violence and riots: Police keeps a tight grip on the prisoners, holding power by any means available.
The prisoners have to live every minute of routine. There are no liberties: lying, sitting, walking and sleeping people owe special strict schedule. The slightest mistake is punished very severely.
The prisoners were strictly forbidden to speak with the guards, unless there is a particular order. Eye contact is also strictly prohibited. For evil grin convicted risks fly for a month or two in the cooler - so local ZK not resemble street villains and docile assembly of monks.
Most of the time prisoners spend in their cells in a single, extremely posture: sitting, tucked under her knees. Stand only with the permission of the guards.
But the worst thing in the Japanese prison is a foreigner. Speak their language protection to such a person just will not give - probably the Japanese in such circumstances is learning at an incredible rate. Serious offense, trafficking in illicit drugs, for example, is punishable by a Term of Years, and no foreigner consul will not save.