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  • most people would be surprised that guy's in prison would care.

    大多數人都會感到驚訝,這傢伙在監獄裡會關心。

  • First of all, about crimes against someone outside of prison or care about your hygiene.

    首先,關於對監獄外的人犯罪或關心你的衛生。

  • But I've had West Watson only spent time in prison.

    但我讓西華生只在監獄裡呆過一段時間。

  • But the clicks all happened based on race.

    但點擊量都是根據種族發生的。

  • And that's your security.

    這就是你的安全感。

  • And you then make sure that those people have good paperwork.

    然後你要確保這些人有良好的文書工作。

  • And if they don't, then they get rid of you.

    如果他們不這樣做,那麼他們就會擺脫你。

  • Right?

    對吧?

  • So in hygiene, super important, right?

    所以在衛生方面,超級重要吧?

  • All these protocols, it goes militant in there it goes militant Andi from having my own true crime podcast Brian and interviewing people have been in prison all over the world.

    所有這些協議,它去激進的在那裡它去激進的Andi從有我自己的真實犯罪播客布萊恩和採訪的人已經在監獄裡所有的世界。

  • I'm getting the complete backstories.

    我得到了完整的背景故事。

  • What I've learned is a lot of people get involved in crime on addiction.

    我所瞭解到的是,很多人都是因吸毒而參與犯罪的。

  • Do you sell?

    你賣嗎?

  • Because the vic dramatic has happened to them in the childhood.

    因為在他們的童年裡發生過滄桑的劇情。

  • And a lot of those guys have been abused as kids.

    而且很多人小時候都被虐待過。

  • Sexual abuse, physical abuse, and I could understand if a paedophile ends up in an environment where people are hard core criminals, it being abused as kids, they're going to get lynched.

    性虐待,身體虐待,我可以理解,如果一個戀童癖結束了在一個環境中,人們是核心的罪犯,它被虐待的孩子,他們會得到私刑。

  • They're going to take that rage out on that person.

    他們會把怒火發洩在那個人身上。

  • Okay?

    好嗎?

  • Yeah, Okay.

    是啊,好吧。

  • And I saw it I saw it very quickly.

    而且我看到了我很快就看到了。

  • Um, a guy came in.

    嗯,一個人進來了。

  • Who?

    誰?

  • They asked me about him.

    他們問我關於他的事。

  • I said, I don't know anything about this guy.

    我說,我對這傢伙一無所知。

  • What they suspected he was a film, obviously.

    他們懷疑的他是一部電影,很明顯。

  • So they got him in the shower.

    所以他們把他弄進了浴室。

  • Um, they beat the shit out of him in the shower, leaving whimpering approval.

    嗯,他們在洗澡的時候把他打得屁滾尿流,留下嗚嗚的贊同聲。

  • Blood within.

    血液內。

  • The big guy says that wasn't enough.

    大個子說這還不夠。

  • And, like all we smashed him.

    而且,像所有的人一樣,我們砸了他。

  • Good dog didn't smashing good enough to be.

    好狗沒有砸好,不夠好。

  • Guy says.

    蓋伊說。

  • So he goes in and he's just like he's trying to crack this guy's head open like it's a coconut.

    所以他進去了,他就像他想把這傢伙的頭敲開,就像敲椰子一樣。

  • Just crack crack crack until this guy's in cultures and looks dead on the guard comes every 2040 minutes.

    只要破解破解,直到這傢伙在文化,看起來死守每2040分鐘來一次。

  • They do a security walk, look down.

    他們做了一個安全散步,往下看。

  • Anybody looked down.

    有人往下看。

  • So I go back to my cell, put my face to the window and he's getting carry on a stretch.

    所以我回到牢房,把臉貼在窗戶上,他就會被人抬著走。

  • And it's not just blood.

    而且這不僅僅是血。

  • Come out with this yellow stuff.

    出這種黃色的東西。

  • Can always had, like, brain stuff coming out of his head.

    可以一直有,喜歡,大腦的東西從他的頭上出來。

  • And you just don't know over these guys that that are alive until it pops up on the news.

    你只是不知道在這些傢伙 這是還活著,直到它彈出的新聞。

  • Yeah, a lot of violence going on there every day every day someone's getting smashed because you got all these racial gangs.

    是啊,每天都有很多暴力事件發生... ...每天都有人被毆打,因為你有所有這些種族幫派。

  • They're all high on crystal math, getting paranoid about each other and on heroin.

    他們都對水晶數學很感興趣,互相猜忌,還對海洛因有興趣。

  • Um, let's talk about the drugs.

    嗯,讓我們來談談藥物。

  • You could get drugs in prison.

    你可以在監獄裡得到毒品。

  • Most people don't even understand that there's more drugs in prison than anywhere on the face of the Earth.

    大多數人甚至不明白,監獄裡的毒品比地球上任何地方都多。

  • So in the long room, the people who can keep the drug business is going are the large criminal enterprises like the cartels Onda prison gangs like the Mexican Mafia on the Arian Brotherhood?

    所以在長房裡,能讓毒品生意持續發展下去的,都是像卡特爾奧達監獄幫派這樣的大型犯罪企業,比如墨西哥黑手黨對阿里安兄弟會?

  • Because in the short run, all the all the, uh, smaller people get wiped out.

    因為在短期內,所有的所有的,呃,小的人都會被消滅掉。

  • They don't have the resources to keep it going.

    他們沒有資源來維持它。

  • So if you're the Arian Brotherhood Prison gang and you've got people in a closed environment, 90% of whom we've got addiction issues, it's your ideal market to sell drugs.

    所以,如果你是阿里安兄弟會監獄團伙,你把人關在一個封閉的環境裡,90%的人我們都有毒癮問題,這就是你理想的販毒市場。

  • Sewell.

    蘇厄爾

  • They long The illegal drug market gets bigger every year because of the drug laws, and these gangs get more more power for drug money.

    他們長 非法毒品市場每年都會因為毒品法而變大,這些團伙為了毒資而獲得更多的權力。

  • And that's how Arian Brotherhood now has become the number one cause of murder for up the entire country to murder high business in and out outside of prison.

    而這也是阿里安兄弟會現在已經成為上全國謀殺高商出入監獄的頭號原因。

  • Italian mafia goes to those guys now because they considered some of the most stone cold killers.

    意大利黑手黨現在去找那些人,因為他們認為那些人是最冷酷的殺手。

  • It's all come out off the U.

    這都是出自於U。

  • S.

    S.

  • Prison system, So yeah, 90% were injecting heroin and crystal meth, right?

    監獄系統 90%的人都在注射海洛因和安非他命 對吧?

  • Was house to further hepatitis C from sharing dirty needles, cause that's the only way to get through that time, or they come in addicted.

    是房子進一步丙型肝炎從共享髒針頭,因為這是唯一的方式來度過這段時間,或者他們來上癮。

  • And then it's such a depressing place, all of the above.

    然後就是這樣一個壓抑的地方,以上種種。

  • So we take people who, Uh oh, I just like to say that I fought prisons, lock him up and throw away the key before got arrested the Peter Files rapists, serial killers.

    所以,我們把人誰,呃,哦,我只是想說, 我打監獄,把他鎖起來,扔掉鑰匙 之前被逮捕的彼得文件強姦犯,連環殺手。

  • I had no idea that the media just puts the out there to keep the public misled and hating on prisoners than the media says.

    我不知道媒體只是為了讓公眾被誤導而放出來的,比媒體說的還恨犯人。

  • On the other side, they got PlayStations that got gourmet food.

    另一邊,他們得到了得到美食的PlayStation。

  • They got look shoes at the taxpayer's expense on, but also keeps the public hating on prisoners.

    他們花了納稅人的錢買了看鞋,但也讓公眾一直在恨囚犯。

  • At the peak of the war on drugs to fill the private prisons which were getting $50,000 a year of taxpayer's money, the mass incarcerated low level drug users with the biggest category being part tents over half a 1,000,000 potheads we'd possesses, not dealers.

    在毒品戰爭的高峰期,以填補私人監獄,每年得到50,000美元的納稅人的錢,大規模監禁低水平的毒品使用者,最大的類別是部分帳篷超過50 1,000,000 potheads我們會擁有,而不是經銷商。

  • We'd possesses a year.

    我們擁有一年的時間。

  • We're getting fed into the U.

    我們被喂進了U。

  • S.

    S.

  • Justice isn't so.

    正義不是這樣的。

  • I go in and I saw the average arrest.

    我進去後看到了平均的逮捕人數。

  • It was a black kid or a Mexican kid with a bit We'd getting like a 2 to 5 year sentence.

    這是一個黑色的孩子或墨西哥的孩子,有點 我們會得到像2至5年的判決。

  • I saw that prison was the biggest house off the mentally ill.

    我看到監獄是最大的精神病患者的房子。

  • More than half off my friends were soldiers.

    我的朋友有一半以上是軍人

  • The comeback from wars, traumatized government and give him any help.

    從戰爭中復出,受創的政府,給他任何幫助。

  • It's all the guy on street drugs to self medicate for the trauma PTSD and ended up in prison.

    這都是那個在街頭吸毒的傢伙為了自我治療創傷後應激障礙,最後進了監獄。

  • So I learned that Prison housed society's most vulnerable people, and I became a prison activist through that.

    於是,我知道了監獄收容了社會上最脆弱的人,我也是以成為了一名監獄活動家。

  • I'm not saying, you know, Peter Files serial killers.

    我不是說,你知道,Peter Files連環殺手。

  • Rapists should have it easy work through my activism.

    強姦犯應該通過我的積極性輕鬆工作。

  • I've seen those guys should be doing more time.

    我看到那些人應該做更多的時間。

  • Why the people under three strikes laws.

    為什麼三擊法下的人。

  • People say that I'm making this up.

    大家都說我在瞎編。

  • I was in a Holland at the Hemp Museum.

    我在荷蘭的大麻博物館。

  • It's on the wall over there under three strikes laws that people still doing life sentences in America for weed possession, which is 25 to life on the peat political Peter Files.

    在那邊的牆上,根據三振出局的法律,人們仍然在做無期徒刑在美國的雜草持有,這是25至終身的泥炭政治彼得文件。

  • Government is telling us they don't even have the resources to investigate them.

    政府告訴我們,他們甚至沒有資源來調查他們。

  • It costs $50,000 years, absolute in prison, 25 years.

    要花5萬年,絕對的在監獄裡,25年。

  • That's one point something 1,000,000.

    那是一點鐘東西100萬。

  • That's where the money is gone.

    這就是錢的去向。

  • It's ridiculous so that corporations and politicians could make tens of billions of years and private prison contracts, all based on the war on drugs court call based on the war on drugs.

    這是荒謬的,所以公司和政治家可以使數百億年和私人監獄合同,所有基於毒品戰爭的法院呼籲基於毒品戰爭。

  • That's why I have written a series of books on the war on drugs or expose it, and the Americans do that better than anyone else.

    這就是為什麼我寫了一系列關於毒品戰爭或揭露毒品的書,美國人在這方面做得比任何人都好。

  • Well, the Americans are sick of it.

    好吧,美國人已經厭倦了它。

  • The public, that's how why we'd is getting to criminalize on the state level.

    公眾,這就是為什麼我們要在州一級進行犯罪。

  • I mean, there are some states in that prior to this were if your teenage kids got pulled over in your car, we we'd police keep the car on the civil asset forfeiture laws.

    我的意思是,有一些州 在這之前,如果你的十幾歲的孩子被拉過來 在你的車,我們,我們會警方保留該車 在民事資產沒收法。

  • So it's got to such an extreme in America has been a backlash.

    所以在美國已經到了這樣的極端,已經出現了反彈。

  • People are voted for legalization to decriminalization of state level.

    人們投票支持國家層面的合法化到非刑罪化。

  • What U.

    什麼U。

  • S.

    S.

  • Federal government has maintained weed as a schedule one substance more harmful than crystal meth and cocaine with no medicinal value, whatsoever because that's where the corporations wanted to be.

    聯邦政府一直將大麻作為附表一的物質,比安非他命和可卡因更有害,沒有任何藥用價值,因為那是企業想要的地方。

  • And you got to see the fallout of that in human lives in prison.

    而你也看到了監獄中人命的後果。

  • And it's ugly and nasty.

    而且很醜陋,很噁心。

  • If you arrest a kid for weed and I'm a member of law enforcement against Prohibition, Leap and they say, Well, you know where cops are joined to rest the bank guys.

    如果你逮捕了一個孩子的雜草,我是執法部門的成員,反對禁酒令,躍躍欲試,他們說,好吧,你知道警察在哪裡加入休息銀行的傢伙。

  • We were signed to infiltrate student groups, getting them high on weed and then arrested at the end of the month.

    我們被簽約滲透到學生團體中,讓他們吸食大麻,然後在月底被捕。

  • What does that do to that kid is criminalized.

    這對那個孩子有什麼影響,就是犯罪了。

  • It can't get a job.

    它找不到工作。

  • He goes to the jail where he gets recruited by the Arian Brotherhood prison gang because he's so scared of the gang he thinks if he doesn't join, is gonna get attacked or raped, gets neo Nazi tattoos.

    他去了監獄,在那裡他被阿里安兄弟會監獄幫派招募,因為他很害怕這個幫派,他認為如果他不加入,就會被攻擊或強姦,得到新納粹的紋身。

  • They give you swastikas on SS.

    他們在黨衛軍上給了你 "卍 "字。

  • Lightning bolts were beating people up and collecting debts for the gang.

    閃電般地打人,為團伙討債。

  • To be a full member of the A B.

    要成為甲乙雙方的正式成員。

  • To get patched in, you have to murder someone for them completely indoctrinated into that world.

    要想打上補丁,你就得殺人,讓他們徹底被灌輸到那個世界。

  • That young person he makes his criminal connections in prison.

    那個年輕人他在監獄裡建立了自己的犯罪關係。

  • He gets this addiction to heroin and possibly hepatitis C.

    他對海洛因上了癮,還可能得了丙型肝炎。

  • By the time that that kid gets out of prison, he's ruined.

    等到那孩子出獄的時候,他已經毀了。

  • He's made a name for himself in the criminal community, so that's what he goes right back to on a soon as he gets rearrested.

    他已經在犯罪界闖出了名堂,所以他一被重新逮捕就會馬上回去。

  • Guess what?

    你猜怎麼著?

  • $50,000 of taxpayers money per year back to the Prison Corrections Corporation of America or bossing in the annual report to their shareholders are profit.

    每年5萬美元的納稅人的錢回到美國監獄懲戒公司,或者在年報中老闆給他們的股東是利潤。

  • Growth is guaranteed as they keep coming back.

    增長是有保證的,因為他們不斷地回來。

most people would be surprised that guy's in prison would care.

大多數人都會感到驚訝,這傢伙在監獄裡會關心。

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