A startling account of a little-known prison located in Lexington, Kentucky. The high-security complex opened in 1986 and was designed to hold political prisoners. The three women detained there were given inordinately lengthy sentences, kept in stark, constantly lit cells, and routinely abused, both mentally and physically. Following the complaints of numerous human rights organizations, the women were released and the complex ordered shut down. In September of 1989, this ruling was overturned, and since then 16 more of these prisons have been built.
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Running time 77 minutes.
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