10 Most Scariest Prisons Around The World

10 Most Scariest Prisons Around The World
The only place more dangerous to live than prison is the world outside of it. From physical abuse and disease, to severe overcrowding and gang violence. This article is about the 10 Most Scariest Prisons Around The World. So check out the full list below.

Here is the list of 10 most scariest prisons around the world.

10. La Sabaneta Prison, Venezuela

 
La Sabaneta Prison, Venezuela
La Sabaneta Prison is Situated in South Africa. It is considered to be the most brutal prison in South Africa. Basic tool of torture of this prison is ignorance of the prisoners, no medical aid is provided, and dearth of food is always there because there are roughly 25,000 prisoners in Venezuela, but the facilities are designed to hold 15,000.

 

9. Al-Ha’ir Prison, Saudi Arab

 
Al-Ha’ir Prison, Saudi Arab
 

Al-Ha’ir Prison is a Saudi Arabian maximum-security Mabahith-affiliated prison located approximately 25 miles south of Riyadh. Saudi Arabia’s largest prison, the complex includes facilities for both common criminals and security offenders, and reportedly houses a number of al-Qaeda figures.

8. Gitarama Prison, Rwanda

 
Gitarama Prison, Rwanda
 

Gitarama Prison is located in Rwanda. Rwandan Prison is one of the Most Horrible Prisons on Earth. It was built to hold 500 inmates. It now holds 7,000, and dozens more arrive each day. The prisoners cannot sit or lie down because there is no room. Most of the prisoners at Gitarama have been incarcerated due to the genocide committed against Rwanda.

7. Diyarbakir Prison, Turkey

 
Diyarbakir Prison, Turkey
 

Diyarbakır Prison is a prison located in Diyarbakır, southeastern Turkey. It was established in 1980 as an E-type prison by the Ministry of Justice. Among the most common practices were: severe and systematic beating; pulling of hair; being stripped naked; being blindfolded and hosed; solitary confinement; guards’ insults; constant and relentless surveillance and intimidation; death threats; the obligation to salute Captain Esat Oktay Yıldıran’s dog, a German shepherd called “Jo”, which was trained to bite the genitals of naked prisoners.

6. La Sante Prison, France

 
La Sante Prison, France
 

La Santé Prison is a prison operated by the Ministry of Justice located in the east of the Montparnasse district of the 14th arrondissement in Paris, France at 42 Rue de la Santé. It is one of the most infamous prisons in France, with both VIP and high security wings. It was used to hold both common criminals and prisoners of war during World War ll.

5. Bang Kwang Central Prison, Thailand

 
Bang Kwang Central Prison, Thailand
 

Bang Kwang Central Prison is a men’s prison in Nonthaburi Province, Thailand, on the Chao Phraya River about 11 km north of Bangkok. It is a part of the Department of Corrections. The prison is the location of the men’s death row and execution chamber of Thailand. As of 2009 743 men were on death row. As of 1995 there is one man from the United Kingdom on death row at Bang Kwang, Alan John Davies. He was the first European to receive a death sentence in Thailand.

4. Tadmor prison, Syria

 
Tadmor prison, Syria
 

Tadmor prison in the deserts of eastern Syria approximately 200 kilometers northeast of Damascus. admor prison was known for harsh conditions, extensive human rights abuse, torture and summary executions. A 2001 report by Amnesty International called it a source of “despair, torture and degrading treatment.” It was captured and destroyed by militants of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) in May 2015.

3. Texas state Penitentiary, USA

 
Texas state Penitentiary, USA
 

Texas State Penitentiary at Huntsville or Huntsville Unit (HV), nicknamed “Walls Unit”, is a Texas state prison located in Huntsville, Texas, United States. It is one of the most dangerous prisons in the world. It is the most active execution chamber in the United States, with 543 (as of July 31, 2017) executions since 1982, when the death penalty was reinstated in Texas.

2. Hoeryong concentration camp, North Korea

 
Hoeryong concentration camp, North Korea
 

Hoeryong concentration camp (or Haengyong concentration camp) is a prison camp in North Korea. The official name is Kwalliso (penal labour colony) No. 22. The camp is a maximum security area, completely isolated from the outside world. 105–107 Prisoners and their families are held in lifelong detention. Extreme human rights violations including routine torture, forced labor and human medical experiments have been attested to by defectors previously employed at the camp.

1. Carandiru Penitentiary, Brazil

 
Carandiru Penitentiary, Brazil
 

Carandiru Penitentiary was a prison located in São Paulo, Brazil. The prison was designed and built by Samuel das Neves in 1920, when it was considered a model-prison to meet the new demands of the 1890 criminal code. Overcrowding is extremely common in Brazil’s prisons, which suffer endemic violence with food scarce and cells so packed that inmates have no space to lie down. A 1992 rebellion at the Carandiru prison in Sao Paulo state saw 111 inmates killed, nearly all of them by police retaking the jail.

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