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Do You know what it’s like to be overwhelmed by fear? Total kind. The kind I felt when they opened the cell. You’re entering and there is this little bulb…

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PRISONS by Sébastien Van Malleghem

Prisons the photo book

“After completing my reportage about police and published my first book, it seemed essential for me to finish my second reportage based on the justice system by publishing a new

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San Salvador, El Salvador. May 2013. MS-13 gang members languish in one of the three 'gang cages' in the Quezaltepeque police station. ©2013 by Giles Clarke/Getty Images

Giles Clarke | Caged in El Salvador

I traveled to a rough suburb 20 miles outside San Salvador and spent some time with a police captain and units charged with patrolling this particularly troubled area where both

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Washington, DC - 2012. “Even though it was a split second decision that caused those women their lives, it was not just one decision. My life pretty much sprouted out of control as far as me being teen mother, high school drop out, unemployed, drug addicted, alone; I was just immersed in the life of crime.” Lashawna Etheridge-Bey, a 39-year-old resident of Washington, DC, spent half of her life in prison for a double murder. She was paroled in December 2011.

Gabriela Bulisova | Time Zone

“People say you did your time, you paid your debt, and you deserve to forgive yourself. But is there really a debt that you can pay?”

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Donald Weber, Interrogations. PRIVATE 57, p. 24-25 (24-27)

Donald Weber | Interrogations

This work interrogates the interrogators. Without confessions and guilty pleas, courts everywhere would grind to a halt in an instant…

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