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Investigative journalists become voluntary inmates in the world's most volatile prisons, where intimidation and brutality rule.
Connolly spends a week inside Danlí prison in Honduras, where the toughest inmates are armed and act as enforcers for the overwhelmed guards.
Paul serves time in the purpose-built prison in Poland, that was built to hold the worst criminals of the worst. Here he meets a notorious gangland killer and learns how a zero tolerance regime wiped out a prison gang.
Paul spends time in the Rizal City Jail, known for been both overcrowded and housing impoverished prisoners. Here he shares a cell with a murderer and a rapist. He also explores how tjhe Bahala Na gang rules a prison in the country.
Mexico's El Hongo prison is home to murderers, hitmen, drug bosses and -- for one week -- Paul Connolly, who experiences life among the inmates.
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