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PART I - IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH
CHAPTER 10 - THE CRY OF THE BEATEN WOLVES

to go easy on engineers, and to beat them only in their own cells.
That same night my prisonmate was taken away.
The following day, new regulations were enforced in the prison. Motion was even more restricted than previously. Out in the yards we were supposed to keep eight feet away from the walls. Ditches were dug along the walls, and the guards in the watchtowers were ordered to fire without warning at anyone stepping into the forbidden area. All this because of the escape of one single prisoner! His unfortunate compound mates were beaten mercilessly for weeks afterwards, until several of them landed in the prison hospital with serious injuries, and one of them died as a result of his beatings. The warden himself supervised the beatings; he took a personal interest, as he had been demoted in rank because of the escape. About thirty prisoners lost their hearing, and two suffered broken legs. The list of injuries which did not heal for months would be too long to enumerate.
And that is how the famous socialist prison system really worked in the mid-twentieth century, and how the liberal "reeducation" principles of the Soviet penal system were actually carried out!

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