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By Kinsey DelBuono.  Social Injustice is the unfairness or injustice of a society in its division.  This means that many things are unfair in the certain.

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1 By Kinsey DelBuono

2  Social Injustice is the unfairness or injustice of a society in its division.  This means that many things are unfair in the certain situation.

3  There was much abuse throughout the prison.  Slept on concrete floors with no bedding.  They were receiving starvation rations. (Mainly gluey rice)  There was much dehydration because prisoners were only getting a small cup of water once in the morning and once at night.  Maggots were everywhere.  As punishment Iron Shacks must be worn.  These weigh nearly six kilos and have a bar that keeps the feet permanently astride.

4  Over 10,000 former political prisoners  You could not get medicine unless your family was rich enough to provide it for you or you were a political prisoner.  Over  If you were poor you would just die in prison.

5  There wasn’t much they did or could do because it was prison but they put laws into place saying that prisoners must get three meals a day and have water provided when they want it.  The State Peace and Development has formulated numerous vague laws as security legislation in order to imprison those who oppose any laws.

6  What interested me to do this topic…  I wanted to see the harsh conditions these prisoners had to go through.  The topic sounded interesting.  Many people go through this daily and I wanted to see what actually happened… and who knows maybe ill end up there one day and I would like to see the conditions I would be living in. BIR SC2 =bs&form=QBIR


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