From Alcatraz to Sabaneta Prison: Top 7 most dangerous jails in world


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    For years, movies have created an image of prisons and jails in a manner, that escape plans, attractive gang members, prison food trades, and whatnot have always appeared interesting and exciting. Heres a list of 7 dangerous jails in world.

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Guantanamo Bay

    Guantanamo Bay, a US military prison in Cuba, is considered one of the most dangerous prisons in the world. It was opened in 2002 and has made a reputation for its sexual abuse and detentions without trial.

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Alcatraz

    Next on the list is the USs Alcatraz, which was built on Alcatraz Island. It was closed back in 1963 but can still send shivers down the spine of many with its brutal stories against the prisoners.

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Muhanga Prison

    For this one, you can imagine the prisons condition, as the structure was built to hold 400 prisoners but instead ended up with 7000 inmates.

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Carandiru Penitentiary

    Carandiru Penitentiary is in Brazil and was built in 1920. It is also considered as one of the most dangerous jails in the world.

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Sabaneta Prison

    This jail was opened in 1958 and closed in 2013, and is also considered as dangerous jails in world.

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Diyarbakir Prison

    Diyarbakir Prison in Turkiye is also in the list of the most dangerous jails in the world and known for its brutality against inmates.

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La Sante Prison

    La Sante Prison is in Paris and has some of the scariest stories, while suicide attemps are quite common here.

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