This eye opening documentary goes deep inside the trenches of Haiti’s biggest prison.
Haiti, one of the poorest countries in the Caribbean and the world, is plagued with extreme crime and poverty.
The film highlights the severe overcrowding and uncontionably inhumane conditions that inmates are forced to live in inside the prison. It also exposes the brazen corruption within the Haitian judicial system.
This place makes Pelican Bay or Rikers Island look like a 5 star resort in comparison. I don’t doubt that US prisoners have it hard behind bars but inevitably nothing compares to the struggle in foreign prisons. Mainly because they have absolutely no regulations or regard for human life.
It’s impossible to fathom anyone living under such diabolical conditions.