August 13, 2019


Photo: Doug Mills/New York Times. About two-thirds of the wartime prisoners are held in prison buildings called Camps 5 and 6. This is a communal space for a Camp 6 cellblock, for well-behaved general population prisoners, none of whom have been charged with crimes.

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