01 Aug '11, 8am

Alan Shadrake writes about his time in prison. Read and share!

Alan Shadrake writes about his time in prison. Read and share!

Finally, on Day 21 of my incarceration, they were forced to take my health problems seriously. I was suddenly summoned to the clinic where one of the doctors, looking extremely worried, said: ‘An ambulance is waiting outside…you are going to Changi General Hospital‘s emergency ward now.’ Half an hour later I was wheeled – handcuffed and shackled again – into the emergency ward, put on potassium and saline drips for several days, then confined in a ward specially designed for prison inmates. Security in Ward 34 on the fourth floor was even more severe despite my condition. This was on account that we would be taken care of by young female nurses. My right leg was chained to the bed night and day – no doubt to prevent me from chasing any of these pretty young things around the ward. Each time I had to go to the toilet or shower, I was handcuffed, unchained from the bed, and ...

Full article: http://yawningbread.wordpress.com/2011/08/01/from-concret...

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