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  • He's not a tough guy. He would barely  consider himself a criminal, but for one act  

    他不是一個硬漢。他幾乎不認為自己是個罪犯,但因為一個行為

  • of recklessness, he's landed himself in prisonIf intake and processing weren't scary enough,  

    魯莽行事,他把自己送進了監獄。 如果接收和處理還不夠可怕的話,

  • not to mention humiliating, his walk to the  general population feels like a nightmare,  

    不說丟人,他走到一般人面前都覺得是一場噩夢。

  • as if he's living the life of somebody else. The foreboding clanking of doors locking,  

    彷彿他過著別人的生活。門鎖的預感叮噹聲。

  • the cacophony of other inmates. It suddenly  hits him. He's one of them. That first night he  

    其他囚犯的嘈雜聲中。他突然明白了他是他們中的一員。第一個晚上,他

  • doesn't sleep a wink, thinking all the time about  what's in store for him. He's well aware there are  

    不睡一覺,一直在想他的未來。他很清楚

  • gangs in this prison. He's watched documentaries  about prison bullying, about ruthless men that  

    監獄裡的幫派。他看了一些關於監獄欺凌的紀錄片 關於無情的男人

  • will rearrange your face for merely accidentally  bumping into them in the chow line. Will he have  

    會因為在排隊時不小心撞到他們而重新安排你的臉。他會不會有

  • to join one of the gangs, so he's protected? God  forbid, he'll be asked to put in work for them.  

    加入其中一個幫派,這樣他就會受到保護?上帝保佑,他會被要求為他們工作。

  • Just the thought of that is unbearable. Many ex-cons will inform you that anyone  

    只要一想到這一點,就無法忍受。許多前科人員會告訴你,任何人

  • who tells you they weren't the least bit afraid  or intimidated when entering prison for the first  

    誰會告訴你他們第一次進監獄時一點都不害怕或害怕呢?

  • time in their life is lying. Sure, for many people  it might not be as bad as men shouting at you from  

    時間在他們的生活是說謊。當然,對很多人來說,這可能並不像男人在你面前大喊大叫那樣糟糕。

  • their cells as you walk down the landing, all  saying they'll do unspeakable things to you,  

    當你走下樓時,他們的細胞,都說他們會對你做不可告人的事情。

  • but it's also no walk in the park. What we described to you in the intro is kind  

    但也不是走馬觀花。我們在開場白中向你描述的是一種。

  • of a generic experience for inmates incarcerated  in U.S. prisons, so what you might experience  

    囚犯在美國監獄中被監禁的一般經歷,所以你可能會經歷

  • in a prison in Papua New Guinea, or Sweden, or  Paraguay, might be very different from what you  

    在巴巴新幾內亞或瑞典或巴拉圭的監獄裡,可能與你的情況大不相同。

  • would experience in a lock-up in, say, Arizona. In  Norway, you might see convicted killers making a  

    會在亞利桑那州的監獄裡經歷。在挪威,你可能會看到被定罪的殺人犯做一個

  • communal meal and chopping onions with a six-inch  knife, or in Brazil, you could see prisoners  

    用六英寸的刀切洋蔥,或者在巴西,你可以看到囚犯們

  • walking around with weapons and not even hiding  them. Over in the UK, you might get prison gangs,  

    帶著武器走來走去,甚至沒有隱藏他們。在英國,你可能會得到監獄幫派。

  • but you might also see prisoners sticking  together based more on where they come from,  

    但你可能也會看到囚犯們更多地根據他們的出身而團結在一起。

  • unlike the U.S., where race is a big factor. No one prison is the same, but in many places,  

    不像美國,種族是一個很大的因素。沒有一個監獄是一樣的,但在很多地方,。

  • you're likely going to come across a prison gangthe topic of today's show. Ok, now let's have a  

    你很可能會遇到一個監獄幫派, 今天節目的主題。好了,現在讓我們有一個

  • look at some of those gangs. 4. The Aryan Brotherhood 

    看看這些幫派中的一些。4.雅利安兄弟會

  • When we're talking about the most feared  prison gangs, of course we're going to  

    當我們在談論最可怕的監獄幫派時,我們當然會提到

  • discuss the country that has by a long way the  biggest prison population in the world. In fact,  

    討論世界上監獄人口最多的國家。事實上:

  • thanks to the popularity of US movies and TV  shows, we are quite sure all you non-Americans are  

    由於美國電影和電視劇的流行,我們很肯定你們這些非美國人都是。

  • quite familiar with violence inside US prisons. In the US, where you're incarcerated will  

    對美國監獄裡面的暴力相當熟悉。在美國,你被關押的地方會有以下幾點

  • determine who the most powerful gang is. There  will likely be a mix of powerful gangs but  

    決定誰是最強大的幫派。很可能會有各種強大的幫派混雜在一起,但。

  • that doesn't mean they're always fighting. In  fact, to keep the peace and keep the flow of  

    這並不意味著他們總是在戰鬥。事實上,為了保持和平,保持流動的秩序

  • contraband flowing through prisons it's best  not to cause a huge stir. That only leads to  

    違禁品在監獄裡流動,最好不要引起巨大的轟動。那隻會導致

  • cell searches and sometimes quite lengthy  lockdowns. This is not good for business

    牢房搜查,有時還需要相當長時間的封鎖。這對生意不利。

  • One of those gangs that does a huge amount  of business behind prison walls is the Aryan  

    其中一個在監獄牆後做了大量生意的幫派是雅利安人。

  • Brotherhood. It's reported that in California  this gang attempted to create an army,  

    兄弟會。據悉,在加州,這夥人試圖建立一支軍隊。

  • always looking for new recruits like the guy  described at the start of the show. In terms  

    一直在尋找新兵,就像節目一開始描述的那個人。就

  • of crime, they have their fingers in a lot of  pies. Over decades they've evolved from a bunch  

    他們的犯罪行為,他們有他們的手指在很多的餡餅。幾十年來,他們已經從一幫人演變為

  • of angry Irish bikers who called themselves the  “Diamond Tooth Gangto an organized crime outfit

    憤怒的愛爾蘭騎車人自稱 "鑽石牙幫",到一個有組織的幫派。

  • They go back a long way, starting in  1964. The reason for the beginning of  

    他們的歷史可以追溯到很久之前,從1964年開始。開始的原因是

  • the pack was to fight back against other  gangs, such as the Black Guerrilla Family,  

    包是為了反擊黑游擊隊家族等其他幫派。

  • another very feared prison and street gang. As  smaller gangs amalgamated, they grew larger and  

    另一個非常可怕的監獄和街頭幫派。隨著小幫派的合併,他們變得越來越大,並

  • later started getting involved in drugs, drug  trafficking, firearms trafficking, extortion,  

    後來開始涉足毒品、販毒、販賣槍支、敲詐。

  • robberies, and violence…a lot of violence. Much of their infamy stemmed from instances  

    搶劫,和暴力... ... 很多暴力。他們的臭名昭著大多來自於實例

  • of extreme violence inside prisons. If you are  part of this gang, you might at times have had to  

    監獄內的極端暴力事件。如果你是這個團伙的成員,你可能有時不得不

  • cause another person a serious injury, if not kill  them. Even though the prison population doesn't  

    導致他人重傷,甚至死亡。即使監獄人口不

  • have more of them than many other gangs, the FBI  has said a disproportionate number of murders are  

    有更多的他們比許多其他幫派,聯邦調查局說,一個不成比例的謀殺案的數量。

  • committed by them. The last available statistics  we can find say they constitute only one percent  

    他們犯下的罪行。我們能找到的最近的統計數字顯示,他們只佔1%。

  • of the US Federal prison population but are behind  18–25% of murders. That's why they make this list.  

    佔美國聯邦監獄人口的18%-25%,但卻是謀殺案的幕後黑手。這就是為什麼他們能上榜的原因。

  • There are plenty of white supremacist gangs in  the US, but we'd say this one is the most feared

    美國有很多白人至上主義的幫派,但我們說這個幫派是最可怕的。

  • They have a kind of motto which isblood inblood out”, which should mean that once you've  

    他們有一種座右銘,就是 "血進血出",這應該是說,一旦你有了

  • joined and spilled blood - “made your bonesas  the expression goes - the only way to leave is to  

    連接和灑血--"讓你的骨頭",正如表達的那樣--離開的唯一方式是。

  • die. That's not always the case, but just turning  around to them while you're still locked up and  

    死。也不一定,但只要在你還被關著的時候,轉身去找他們,然後

  • saying, “Hey boys, I think I've had enoughGodspeed fellas, toodle-oo”, will very likely  

    說:"嘿,孩子們,我想我已經受夠了。 上帝保佑,夥計們,toodle -oo",將很可能是:

  • lead to a stiff reprimand. By that, we mean your  blood will be spilled or your life will be taken

    導致嚴厲的訓斥。我們的意思是說,你的血會流出來,或者你的生命會被奪走。

  • What was different about them in the prison  system is they started getting organized.  

    他們在監獄系統的不同之處在於,他們開始變得有組織。

  • They created a hierarchical power structure  similar to that of the American mafiapeople who  

    他們創造了一個類似於美國黑手黨的等級權力結構----------人

  • they did business with after offering protection  to mafia boss John Gotti when he was locked up

    在黑手黨老大約翰-高蒂被關起來的時候,他們為其提供保護,並與之進行了交易。

  • Of the fifteen to twenty thousand membersboth inside prison and outside of prison,  

    在這一萬五千到兩萬名成員中,無論是獄內還是獄外。

  • they are all Caucasian. You need to be  to join, and you also have to have served  

    他們都是高加索人。你需要加入, 你還必須有服務過的

  • time or are currently serving time. In the 1980s, they introduced a 12-man  

    時間或目前正在服刑。在1980年代,他們推出了一個12人的

  • council for votes on various things and  that was overseen by a three-man council.  

    理事會對各種事情進行表決,而這是由三人理事會監督的。

  • It was this kind of organization that bolstered  their power. Members were also asked to read books  

    正是這樣的組織增強了他們的力量。成員們也被要求閱讀書籍

  • such as Sun Tzu's The Art of War and Machiavelli's  The Prince, books that talk about warfare tactics,  

    如孫子的《孫子兵法》和馬基雅維利的《王子》,這些書都是講戰爭策略的。

  • power, and keeping control. As for maintaining  control, former members said that they learned  

    權力,並保持控制。至於保持控制權,前成員表示,他們學會了。

  • from these books that if you are going to  commit an act of violence, make it vicious,  

    從這些書中可以看出,如果你要實施暴力,就要讓它變得凶殘。

  • make it a spectacle of fear. This is a snippet from that book  

    使之成為恐懼的奇觀。這是該書的一個片段

  • The Prince that gang members should have read: “People should either be caressed or crushed.  

    黑幫成員應該讀過的《王子》。"人要麼被愛撫,要麼被壓碎。

  • If you do them minor damage  they will get their revenge;  

    如果你對他們造成了輕微的傷害,他們就會得到他們的報復。

  • but if you cripple them there is nothing they can  do. If you need to injure someone, do it in such a  

    但如果你把他們打殘了,他們就無能為力了。如果你需要傷害別人,就用這樣的方式來做。

  • way that you do not have to fear their vengeance.” Once you have sworn in, you are very likely going  

    的方式,你不必擔心他們的報復。"一旦你宣誓了,你很可能會... ...

  • to have to hurt another inmate or even an  officeralthough violence against officers  

    不得不傷害另一名囚犯甚至一名官員----雖然對官員的暴力行為;

  • will always cause them a lot of trouble. Attacking  someone else is sometimes called putting in work,  

    總會給他們帶來很多麻煩。攻擊別人有時也叫投入工作。

  • and the person that gives the green light for that  is called a shot caller. This is not, however,  

    而為之開綠燈的人,就叫叫槍手。然而,這並不是。

  • only something that happens in the Aryan  Brotherhood. They just wrote the rule book

    只有在雅利安兄弟會才會發生的事情。他們只是寫了規則書。

  • They've become so powerful and so  scrutinized in their activities in prison  

    他們在監獄裡的活動變得如此強大,如此受人矚目

  • that it might be difficult for officers to know  who calls the shots, and if they do find out,  

    官員可能很難知道是誰開的槍,如果他們發現了。

  • that person might be looking at a lengthy  time separated from the general population

    該人可能會在很長一段時間內與一般人分開。

  • Sure, there is racism in the gangafter all, they are white supremacists,  

    當然,這幫人有種族歧視,畢竟他們是白人至上主義者。

  • but these people are more concerned about their  profitable crime ventures than concentrating on  

    但這些人更關心的是他們有利可圖的犯罪事業,而不是專注於

  • spewing racial hatred. According to experts  and former members, cash is king, and they'll  

    噴出種族仇恨。根據專家和前成員的說法,現金是王道,他們會。

  • do anything to ensure their operations remain  intact, including making a murder so brutal it  

    不惜一切代價確保他們的行動不受影響,包括把謀殺案做得如此殘忍,以至於......。

  • sends a strong message to others. This makes them  one of the most feared prison gangs in the world

    向其他人發出了強烈的資訊。這使得他們成為世界上最可怕的監獄幫派之一。

  • 3. The Mexican Mafia This gang is also known as a prison gang,  

    3.墨西哥黑手黨 這個團伙也被稱為監獄團伙。

  • as opposed to a regular street gang, although  like the Aryan Brotherhood they don't just operate  

    相對於普通的街頭幫派,雖然和雅利安兄弟會一樣,他們不僅僅是在活動

  • inside prison walls. As far as we can tell, these  two extremely powerful gangs have a truce going,  

    監獄牆內。據我們所知,這兩個實力極強的幫派已經休戰。

  • so they are not currently at war. While you've all heard of the various  

    所以他們目前還沒有開戰。雖然你們都聽說過各種

  • Mexican drug cartels, this gang is an American  gang, one that some people say is even more  

    墨西哥販毒集團,這個幫派是美國的一個幫派,有人說這個幫派更加的。

  • powerful than the Aryan Brotherhood at  least in the California prison system.  

    比雅利安兄弟會更強大,至少在加州監獄系統。

  • It doesn't seem to be anywhere near as bigthough, with roughly 500 full-time members and  

    不過它的規模似乎沒有那麼大,大概有500名全職會員和。

  • another 1,000 associates. As for its affiliations  with other dangerous gangs, well, it has many

    另有1000名同夥。至於它與其他危險幫派的關係,嗯,它有很多。

  • Like other prison gangs, it started because  groups of people, namely Hispanic people,  

    和其他監獄幫派一樣,它的起因是一群人,也就是西班牙裔人。

  • wanted strength in numbers inside  prisons. That was back in the 1950s,  

    希望在監獄裡有實力的人。那是50年代的事了。

  • but when the gang grew in size it got involved  with illicit drug trafficking, arms trafficking,  

    但當幫派規模擴大後,它參與了非法販毒,武器販運。

  • human trafficking, extortion, murder, and more. Inside prison, they were renowned for  

    販賣人口,敲詐勒索,謀殺等等。在監獄裡,他們以以下方面著稱

  • violence, and as their power grew, they became  more of a danger to other inmates. Many of those  

    隨著他們權力的增長,他們對其他囚犯的威脅也越來越大。其中許多人

  • inmates were Hispanics themselves and they also  wanted strength in numbers. Some of them got  

    囚犯本身就是西班牙裔,他們也希望在人數上獲得力量。他們中的一些人得到了

  • together and named themselves the Nuestra FamiliaThis gang became the mortal enemy of the Mexican  

    並給自己取名為 "Nuestra Familia"。 這幫人成了墨西哥人的死敵。

  • Mafia. The conflict between the two has led to  the loss of many lives and will continue to do so

    黑手黨。兩者之間的衝突已導致許多人喪生,並將繼續這樣做。

  • They don't have a strict hierarchical structurebut a newbie might be told by older members to put  

    他們沒有嚴格的等級結構,但一個新手可能會被老成員告知把

  • some work in and hurt or kill another inmateIf that request is turned down, it might just  

    一些工作,傷害或殺害另一個囚犯。 如果這個請求被拒絕,它可能只是

  • happen that the budding member is killed himself  or at least hurt badly. If there is going to  

    碰巧萌新成員自己被殺,或者至少是重傷。如果有要

  • be a hit on an established member, the green  light has to be given by three other members,  

    要想成為既定成員,必須由其他三名成員開綠燈。

  • men who've been in the gang for a while. Again, there's a blood oath you have to swear,  

    那些在幫派裡呆了一段時間的人。同樣,有一個血誓,你必鬚髮誓。

  • so you spill blood to get in and you aint getting  out easily. People do get out of course, but not  

    所以,你灑血進去,你不容易出來。人們當然會出來,但不是

  • without some risk to themselves. There are rules  to follow, with the obvious that you never admit  

    而不會給自己帶來一些風險。有規則可循,顯而易見的是,你永遠不會承認。

  • there's a Mexican Mafia when talking to the cops. You should also value the gang over family,  

    有一個墨西哥黑手黨,當與警察交談。你也應該重幫派輕家庭。

  • or God for that matter, and when you're in prison  you should forget your beef with any other members  

    或上帝,當你在監獄裡的時候 你應該忘記你與任何其他成員的矛盾。

  • that you both had in the streets. If you want inyou must be sponsored by another member, but the  

    你們倆在街上都有。如果你想加入,你必須由另一個成員贊助,但是。

  • rub is, if you violate the rules he's the guy that  will kill you. Still, the rules also state you  

    擦是,如果你違反了規則,他是會殺了你的人。不過,規則也規定你

  • should respect all members as friends and protect  them as if they were your own flesh and blood

    應該把所有的成員當做朋友來尊重,把他們當做自己的親生骨肉來保護。

  • They've had plenty of conflicts, includingvery bloody one with the Mexican drug cartel,  

    他們有很多衝突,包括與墨西哥販毒集團的一次非常血腥的衝突。

  • the Los Zetas. But in Southern  California at least, they command  

    Los Zetas但至少在南加州,他們指揮

  • the respect of all the smaller Hispanic gangs. Then there's the gang's relationship they have  

    所有小的西班牙裔幫派的尊重。還有就是幫派的關係,他們有。

  • with the very large and very violent street  gang called Mara Salvatrucha, aka MS13. This  

    與非常大的,非常暴力的街頭幫派Mara Salvatrucha,又名MS13。這個

  • gang is transnational and its power structure is  complicated or non-existent, but according to the  

    團伙是跨國的,其權力結構複雜或不存在,但根據。

  • Justice Department, its members in California  prisons are allied with the Mexican Mafia.  

    司法部,其在加州監獄的成員與墨西哥黑手黨結盟。

  • Other allies include the very dangerous Sinaloa  Cartel, the Italian-American Mafia, and the Texas  

    其他盟友包括非常危險的錫那羅亞卡特爾、美籍意大利人黑手黨和德克薩斯。

  • Mexican Mafia, among others. On top of that, the  FBI has said that the Mexican Mafia has even paid  

    墨西哥黑手黨等。除此之外,聯邦調查局還表示,墨西哥黑手黨甚至還支付了。

  • the Aryan Brotherhood for contract murders. Now let's look outside of the USA and to  

    雅利安兄弟會的合同謀殺案。現在,讓我們看看美國以外的地方和

  • gang members that have mostly experiencedkind of poverty not often seen in America

    幫派成員,大多經歷了一種在美國不常見的貧困。

  • 2. The Numbers Gang Ok, so if you're in this  

    2.數字幫 好吧,如果你在這個。

  • gang you might belong to the 26s or the 27s or  the 28s. They are a South African gang and can  

    你可能屬於26幫、27幫或28幫。他們是南非的一個幫派,可以

  • be found in most prisons throughout the countryThey're not hard to make out because most of the  

    在全國大部分監獄都能找到。 他們並不難辨認,因為大部分的...

  • time they don't exactly hide their number since  it will be tattooed where someone can see it.

    時間,他們不完全隱藏自己的號碼,因為它將被刺青,有人可以看到它。

  • The numbers gang is more a prison gang than it  is a street gang. Unlike the USA where you'll  

    數字幫與其說是街頭幫派,不如說是監獄幫派。不像美國,你會

  • find quite a large number of different prison  gangs, in South Africa, one of the most violent  

    找到相當多的不同的監獄幫派,在南非,最暴力的一個。

  • places on Earth in terms of murder, the numbers  gang pretty much runs every prison - the inmates  

    地球上謀殺案最多的地方,數字幫幾乎掌管著每一所監獄--囚犯們。

  • at least. This is what makes them powerful. Like many gangs, they are organized and follow  

    至少是這樣。這就是他們強大的原因。像許多幫派一樣,他們是有組織的,並遵循

  • a top-down structure. If you're a newbie to  prison, you might find yourself having to join  

    一個自上而下的結構。如果你是一個新來的獄友,你可能會發現自己必須要加入

  • one of these gangs. Sure, that might not happenbut it's very likely if you don't join you'll be  

    這些幫派中的一個。當然,這可能不會發生, 但它是非常有可能的,如果你不加入,你會是

  • supporting the gangs in some way. If you refuse to  join and refuse to pay your support money, well,  

    以某種方式支持幫派。如果你拒絕加入,拒絕交撫養費,那麼。

  • life might be tough inside prison. When we say structured, we mean it.  

    監獄裡的生活可能很艱難當我們說結構化,我們是認真的。

  • Right at the top you have thegovernmentof the  gang that runs things. These belong toThe Number  

    就在最上面,你有 "政府 "這個團伙的管理事情。這些屬於 "數字

  • Onesand they are higher than theNumber Twos.”  Inside both of these structures you'll find judges  

    一號",他們比 "二號 "更高。 在這兩個結構裡面,你會發現法官。

  • and doctors and soldiers and lawyers and clerks  and captains and more. The rule is, you don't  

    和醫生、阿兵哥、律師、文員、隊長等等。規則是,你不

  • step out of line, but you also do what's expected  of you even if you hold a high position. Heavy  

    踩出線,但你也要做你該做的事,即使你身居高位。重

  • is the head that wears the crown in this gang. In short, the 26s control wealth and that's why  

    是這個幫派中戴皇冠的頭。簡而言之,26幫控制著財富,這就是為什麼

  • you'll often see a money sign tattooed on themThe 27s protect and enforce the many rules of the  

    你會經常看到他們身上紋著一個錢的標誌。 27人保護並執行著眾多的規則。

  • gangs and the 28s mostly concentrate on spilling  blood. It's all very complicated. According to  

    幫派和28幫主要集中在流血。這一切都很複雜。據

  • Human Rights Watch these gangs go back to the  mid-1800s, so it's not surprising they've built  

    人權觀察這些幫派可以追溯到18世紀中葉,所以他們建立起了自己的幫派也就不足為奇了。

  • a complex structure. There's been a lot of time  for expansion, so make no mistake, this gang is  

    一個複雜的結構。已經有很多的時間來擴展,所以不要搞錯了,這個幫派是

  • all over the prison system in South Africa. Inside prison, they actually do provide some  

    在南非的監獄系統中。在監獄裡,他們實際上確實提供了一些

  • support given you join the gang at the bottom  and follow the many rules. The problem is,  

    支持,給你加入底層的幫派,遵守眾多規則。問題是。

  • you might sometimes have to do things you don't  want to do, such as stab a prison guard. The  

    你有時可能不得不做一些你不想做的事情,比如刺傷獄警。獄警

  • numbers gang have attacked so many guards it's  a wonder anyone wants that job in South Africa.  

    數字團伙襲擊了這麼多警衛,難怪有人想在南非做這份工作。

  • Some prisoners have also said that within  the gangs the higher ups have done things  

    也有犯人說,在幫派內部,上級領導做了一些事情

  • like demanded cash from them to be allowedvisit from a relative, so it's certainly not  

    就像向他們索要現金以允許親戚探望一樣,所以這肯定不是。

  • all support. There's also the matter of physical  abuse, which happens often within the gangs

    所有的支持。還有就是身體虐待的問題,這在幫派內經常發生。

  • The scariest thing about the numbers gang is  the initiation, something we imagine most of you  

    號碼幫最可怕的是入會,我們估計大多數人都會有這樣的想法

  • viewers couldn't imagine being put throughThis is how the initiation is for the 28s. 

    觀眾無法想象的經歷。 這就是28歲的人的啟蒙教育。

  • When a new inmate arrives, he gets  asked a question by a gang member.  

    當一個新的囚犯到來時,他被一個幫派成員問了一個問題。

  • This member is called a “die glas”, meaning  binoculars, because he will have watched how  

    這個成員被稱為 "die glas",意思是雙筒望遠鏡,因為他將觀看如何。

  • the prisoner acted during his first few daysThe new inmate is asked what he would do if  

    囚犯在最初幾天的行為。 新囚犯被問到,如果他有以下行為,他會怎麼做?

  • the die glas asked him to help him duringrainstorm - a storm making him wet and cold

    在一場暴雨中,模格拉斯請他幫忙--暴雨使他又溼又冷。

  • Would he A, offer to share his umbrella, or B,  join him in the pouring rain? If he answers A,  

    他是會A,主動提出和他一起打傘,還是B,和他一起淋雨?如果他回答A。

  • he will become a slave, sometimes a sex slaveIf he answers B, ok, he can join the gang.  

    他將成為奴隸,有時是性奴隸。 如果他回答B,OK,他就可以加入幫派。

  • It's not that easy, though, because to join you'll  have to stab another inmate, a prison guard,  

    不過這也不是那麼容易的,因為要想加入,你就得捅死另一個犯人,一個獄警。

  • or even a warden. In this respect, once you are  in you will have more time added to your sentence.  

    甚至是典獄長。從這方面來說,一旦你進去了,你的刑期就會增加。

  • Thedoctorof the gang will measure the length  of the knife, so that pretty much determines  

    幫派的 "醫生 "會測量刀的長度,所以這幾乎決定了。

  • how hurt, or dead, the victim will be. After this deed is complete the inmate  

    受害者會受到多大的傷害,或者死亡。在這一行為完成後,囚犯

  • then has to undergo a kind of initiation  and get hit twice with a pipe. It's then  

    然後要經過一種啟動儀式,被管子打兩下。然後

  • determined if he should become a warrior 28  or a lower ranking 28, basically a slave

    決定了他應該成為戰士28級還是低級28級,基本上是一個奴隸。

  • To give you an idea of how violent a gang  member can be, one man named John Mongrel  

    為了讓你瞭解一個黑幫成員有多暴力,一個叫John Mongrel的人。

  • joined at age 14 and immediately stabbed another  prisoner through the heart. He killed a lot more  

    14歲時加入,並立即將另一名囚犯刺穿心臟。他殺了更多的人

  • people in prisons and it's reported he  was involved with the murders of around  

    監獄裡的人,據說他參與了謀殺約

  • 1,000 people. He also once cut the eye out ofguard and committed many, many brutal assaults

    1,000人。他還曾經把一個警衛的眼睛挖出來,並進行了很多很多的殘忍攻擊。

  • Of course, if you break the rules you will get  punished. One punishment is having your throat  

    當然,如果你違反了規則,你會受到懲罰。其中一個懲罰是讓你的喉嚨

  • slit. Another is to ensure you'll be infected  with HIV, and that's done so brutally we won't  

    縫隙。另一個是確保你會被感染上艾滋病病毒,而這一點做得非常殘忍,我們將不

  • go into details here about how it's performedThey call the punishment theslow puncture.” 

    在這裡詳細介紹一下它是如何進行的。 他們稱這種懲罰為 "慢速穿刺"。

  • Lesser transgressions of the rules will result  in getting beaten with things such as padlocks  

    違反規則較輕的會被打,比如掛鎖

  • or sticks. Another punishment might not involve  getting hurt, but you may have to murder someone  

    或棍棒。另一種懲罰可能不涉及受傷,但你可能不得不謀殺某人

  • who's not affiliated with any gang - perhaps  some fairly innocent dude like the one in the  

    誰不屬於任何幫派 - 也許一些相當無辜的紈絝子弟,像一個在... ...

  • intro. All this sounds incredibly awful, and  that's why the Numbers Gang makes this list

    前言:這一切聽起來令人難以置信的可怕,這就是數字幫上榜的原因。所有這些聽起來都非常可怕,這也是數字幫為什麼能上榜的原因。

  • The next gang is arguably even worse. Primer Comando da Capital [PCC

    下一個幫派可以說是更加糟糕。Primer Comando da Capital [PCC]

  • This is said to be the most powerful  and ruthless gang in Brazil,  

    據說這是巴西最強大、最殘忍的團伙。

  • inside and outside of prison. Lately, 75  members of this gang escaped from a prison  

    監獄內外。最近,這個團伙的75名成員從監獄裡逃了出來。

  • in nearby Paraguay. The drug business is good in  Paraguay, so PCC members have operations there

    在附近的巴拉圭。巴拉圭的毒品生意很好,所以PCC成員在那裡有業務。

  • The problem is, some prisons in this fairly poor  country are what you might call out of control.  

    問題是,在這個相當貧窮的國家,有些監獄是你可以稱之為失控的。

  • Prisoners with influence and money may havesuite replete with a large TV in their cell,  

    有影響力和金錢的囚犯可能會在牢房裡有一個配有大電視的套房。

  • while those on the bottom of the pile literally  have to scavenge for food in the trash.  

    而那些在最底層的人卻不得不在垃圾堆裡搜刮食物。

  • They sleep on the walkways where men sit  taking drugs or sharpen their knives,  

    他們睡在男人坐著吸毒或磨刀的走道上。

  • and no prison officer can do anything about it. After those 75 members fled the prison,  

    而任何獄警都無能為力。在那75名成員逃離監獄後。

  • critics said there was nothing the authorities  could do to stop them. They just have too much  

    批評者說,當局無法阻止他們。他們只是有太多的

  • power and there are too many police and prison  guards that are poor enough or scared enough  

    權力和有太多的警察和監獄看守,足夠的貧窮或恐懼。

  • to be susceptible to bribery. After more PCC members started  

    容易受到賄賂的影響。在更多的PCC成員開始

  • filling up prisons in Paraguay, violence broke  out. The local gangs soon became outnumbered  

    巴拉圭的監獄被填滿,暴力事件爆發。當地的幫派很快就變得寡不敵眾了

  • because of the PCC's aggressive recruiting  policy. They call being recruited receiving  

    因為PCC的積極招募政策。他們把被招收稱為接收

  • a “baptism.” If you become a member, you'll  have learned the PCC statute. If you in any  

    一個 "洗禮"。如果你成為了會員,你就學會了PCC的章程。如果你在任何

  • way break the rules it's punishable only by death. In 2019, at San Pedro de Ycuamandyyú Regional Jail  

    方式違反規則,只能被處以死刑。2019年,在San Pedro de Ycuamandyyú地區監獄

  • in Paraguay, a riot broke out that was started  by the PCC. During the mayhem some gang members  

    在巴拉圭,發生了由PCC發起的騷亂。在騷亂中,一些幫派成員

  • videoed themselves with their cellphones, armed  with giant machetes and swords. You might ask  

    用手機拍下了他們自己的視頻,手持巨大的砍刀和劍。你可能會問

  • how someone manages to sneak such a large weapon  into a prison, but the fact is, the gang is so  

    怎麼會有人能把這麼大的武器偷偷帶進監獄,但事實上,這幫人是如此的。

  • powerful they can get weapons brought in for  them. It's basically lawless in those prisons

    強大的他們可以得到武器 為他們帶來。在那些監獄裡基本上是無法無天的。

  • Most of the violence in that riot wasn't focused  on your average inmate, but on rival gang members.  

    那次暴動中的大部分暴力事件並不是集中在普通的犯人身上,而是集中在敵對的幫派成員身上。

  • In all, 10 were killed that day and 15 more  were injured. Six of the dead were beheaded,  

    當天共有10人被殺,另有15人受傷。其中6名死者被斬首。

  • three were burned, and the other prisoner  was shot to death. So, when we're talking  

    三人被燒死,另一名囚犯被槍殺。所以,當我們在談論

  • about violence this gang goes to extremesmore so than any other gang on this list

    關於暴力,這個幫派走極端, 比其他任何幫派在這個名單上更多。

  • It's their sheer strength outside  prison and their willingness to go  

    是他們在監獄外的實力和他們願意去

  • to extremes inside prison that makes  them a force to be reckoned with

    監獄內的極端情況,使他們成為一股不可忽視的力量。

  • Their power on the outside can't be  underestimated. This is how one top  

    他們在外線的力量不容小覷。這就是一位頂級