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  • The parole board has had its say, and it's official - the inmate is going home.

    假釋委員會已經有了自己的說法,這是官方的--犯人要回家了。

  • They're now free on parole, but the time they spent in prison will be lingering long

    他們現在是假釋自由,但他們在監獄裡度過的時間將長期揮之不去。

  • after they walk out the doors.

    在他們走出大門後。

  • Prison can be a place of rehabilitation and contemplation, but it can also be a very difficult

    監獄可以是一個改造和沉思的地方,但也可以是一個非常困難的地方。

  • place to survive.

    生存的地方。

  • Inmates often come there in an agitated state of mind, and they're paired with other potentially

    囚犯經常在激動的心態下來到那裡 他們和其他可能的人結伴而行

  • violent inmates and with guards who are taught to show zero tolerance for convicts stepping

    暴力囚犯和看守誰被教導表現出零容忍的罪犯步入

  • out of line.

    出格的。

  • That's an explosive combination, and it often leaves ex-cons with some disturbing

    這是一個爆炸性的組合,它經常會給前科人員留下一些困擾。

  • memories when they finally go home.

    回憶,當他們終於回家。

  • These are some of the most messed-up things ex-cons reported seeing during their time

    這些是一些前科人員報告在他們的時間裡看到的最混亂的事情。

  • in prison.

    在監獄裡。

  • When you go to prison, who you get as a cellmate is anyone's guess - and there's no asking

    當你進監獄時,誰是你的獄友是誰的猜測--而且沒有人知道

  • for re-assignments like you're in summer camp.

    為重新分配任務,就像你在夏令營一樣。

  • When one prisoner arrived, he was given a roommate who seemed like a normal guy - but

    當一個囚犯來到這裡時,他得到了一個看起來像個普通人的室友--但是... ...

  • at night, it was a different story.

    到了晚上,情況就不一樣了。

  • As he would lie awake at night, he would hear his roommate mumble in his sleep “I'm

    當他晚上躺在床上時,會聽到室友在睡夢中喃喃自語:"我......"。

  • a murderer!

    殺人犯!

  • I'm gonna kill you!”.

    我要殺了你!"。

  • When he woke his roommate up, the roommate remembered nothing, and he never acted violently

    當他把室友叫醒後,室友什麼都不記得了,他也從來沒有做出過激烈的行為

  • towards him - although he did keep taking his sandals.

    朝著他--雖然他確實一直在拿他的涼鞋。

  • Who you encounter in prison is the luck of the draw - and sometimes it can be terrifying.

    你在監獄裡遇到的是誰,這要看運氣--有時會很可怕。

  • One man was trying to serve his prison sentence quietly, and was sitting in the common room

    有一個人想靜靜地服刑,坐在休息室裡。

  • watching the news.

    看新聞。

  • It was a disturbing true crime story, about a young man who had stabbed two local children

    這是一個令人不安的真實犯罪故事,關於一個年輕男子刺傷了兩個當地的孩子。

  • and had been arrested.

    並已被逮捕。

  • The news fan looked around the room - and saw the same face he had just seen on the

    新聞迷環顧四周--看到了剛才在房間裡看到的那張臉。

  • news sitting right next to him.

    新聞就坐在他旁邊。

  • Apparently this was a general holding facility for all local criminals, no matter how dangerous.

    顯然,這裡是一個關押所有當地罪犯的總場所,無論多麼危險。

  • Fortunately, the stabber seemed more interested in breakfast that day.

    幸運的是,那天的刺客似乎對早餐更感興趣。

  • Entertainment is the only thing to look forward to in prison - even if it sometimes leads

    在監獄裡,娛樂是唯一值得期待的事情--即使它有時會導致... ...

  • to disturbing confessions.

    到令人不安的懺悔。

  • A group of prisoners were allowed to watch a movie, and surprisingly it was a horror

    一群犯人被允許看電影,竟然是一部恐怖片。

  • movie.

    電影。

  • The guards didn't seem to think it would give them any ideas, and most of them were

    侍衛們似乎並不覺得這會給他們帶來什麼想法,他們中的大多數都是

  • enjoying the slasher film.

    欣賞這部恐怖片。

  • But as the killer snuck up behind an unfortunate victim on screen and slit her throat, one

    但是,當凶手悄悄溜到一個不幸的受害者身後,在螢幕上割斷她的喉嚨時,一個人

  • audience member didn't seem to be enjoying himself.

    觀眾似乎並不喜歡。

  • He scoffed and saidThat's not what it looks likeas the rest of the prisoners

    他嗤之以鼻,說:"這不是它的樣子。"其餘的犯人

  • in the room were left to wonder how exactly he knew from personal experience.

    在場的人都很好奇,他到底是怎麼從個人經驗中知道的。

  • When you don't get much entertainment, almost anything can turn violent.

    當你沒有什麼娛樂活動時,幾乎任何事情都可以變成暴力。

  • In some prisons, the inmates get to choose their own entertainment - as long as they

    在一些監獄裡,囚犯可以選擇自己的娛樂活動--只要他們

  • don't cause any trouble.

    不要造成任何麻煩。

  • Of course, they don't always agree.

    當然,他們並不總是同意。

  • In one prison, a trio of older Vietnam Veteran inmates had commandeered the TV to watch their

    在一個監獄裡,一個年長的越戰老兵囚犯三人組霸佔了電視,看他們的。

  • favorite shows - on the History Channel.

    最喜歡的節目--在歷史頻道。

  • But a young drug dealer who had just arrived didn't understand the pecking order, and

    但一個剛來的年輕毒販子不明白這個啄木鳥的道理,於是乎。

  • he wasn't about to miss an episode of his favorite TV show - Breaking Bad.

    他不打算錯過一集他最喜歡的電視節目--《霹靂嬌娃》。

  • It nearly turned into a massive brawl before the guards interfered.

    在警衛的干涉下,幾乎變成了一場大規模的鬥毆。

  • It doesn't take much to start violence in prison - and sometimes it's just bad luck.

    在監獄裡引發暴力並不需要太多,有時只是運氣不好。

  • A guy was doing a stint in prison along with some hardened criminals.

    有個傢伙和一些慣犯一起在監獄裡蹲了一段時間。

  • Among the most notorious were a pair of murderers who were doing life sentences in another prison,

    其中最臭名昭著的是一對在另一所監獄裡服無期徒刑的殺人犯。

  • but had been transferred back to the general holding facility for a retrial.

    但已被轉回普通拘留所重審。

  • That was bad luck for an enemy of theirs who had been picked up for a DUI.

    他們的一個仇人因為酒駕被抓,真是倒黴。

  • He was only going to be there until he could see a judge on Monday - but he wouldn't

    他只打算在那裡,直到他能在週一見到法官--但他不會。

  • make it to then, because his old enemies made a point of hunting him down and killing him.

    使其到那時,因為他的老冤家特意追殺他,殺了他。

  • If you anger the wrong person in prison, you'd better watch your back.

    如果你在監獄裡惹怒了錯誤的人,你最好小心點。

  • Prisons have their own economy, and it's not uncommon for inmates to get deep in debt.

    監獄有自己的經濟,囚犯深陷債務的情況並不少見。

  • But in prison, the consequence for being late can be much more serious.

    但在監獄裡,遲到的後果可能更嚴重。

  • One inmate reportedly decided to get himself thrown into solitary to avoid his creditors.

    據報道,一名囚犯決定把自己扔進單獨監禁,以逃避債權人。

  • He climbed up on the roof of the prison and stayed there for two days, while the entire

    他爬上了監獄的屋頂,並在那裡呆了兩天,而整個

  • prison was put into lockdown.

    監獄被封鎖了。

  • They eventually got him down, he spent two weeks in solitary - and was promptly stabbed

    他們最終把他抓了起來,他被單獨關了兩個星期--而且很快就被刺死了。

  • when he got out, by a random inmate who had to miss his turn in the weight room due to

    當他出獄時,由一個隨機的囚犯 誰不得不錯過了他的輪在舉重室由於。

  • the lockdown.

    的鎖定。

  • One thing you shouldn't be looking for in prison - privacy.

    有一樣東西你在監獄裡不應該尋找--隱私。

  • John Williams was an armed robber serving a lengthy sentence, but there was one bright

    約翰-威廉姆斯是一個持槍搶劫犯,正在服長刑,但有一個光明的

  • spot in his life - his pet budgie, which inmates were allowed to keep.

    在他的生活中--他的寵物布吉,囚犯們被允許飼養。

  • But birds don't live forever, and one day the bird passed on and Williams gave it a

    但鳥兒不會長生不老,有一天,鳥兒去世了,威廉姆斯給了它一個

  • burial in the prison yard.

    埋在監獄的院子裡。

  • But as he watched out his window that day, he stared in horror as a group of guards walked

    但那天他從窗外看出去時,卻驚恐地看到一群衛兵走來

  • over to the tree and started digging!

    在樹上開始挖!

  • They had thought he had buried contraband, and instead uncovered a little bird body.

    他們本以為他埋下了違禁品,卻發現了一具小鳥的屍體。

  • They had a good laugh, but Williams wasn't laughing.

    他們笑得很開心,但威廉姆斯並沒有笑。

  • It wasn't the only strange discovery during Williams' time in prison.

    這並不是威廉姆斯在監獄裡唯一的奇怪發現。

  • While Williams was in prison, another inmate got caught in an awkward situation.

    威廉姆斯在監獄裡的時候,另一個犯人陷入了尷尬的境地。

  • A convict was strip-searched after returning to his cell from his job as a trustee, and

    一名罪犯在做完託管人的工作回到牢房後被脫光衣服搜身。

  • the guards were shocked when he was found to be wearing womens' underwear.

    當他被發現穿著女式內衣時,警衛們都很震驚。

  • After tossing his cell, they found several identical pairs.

    折騰完他的牢房後,他們發現了幾對相同的。

  • When questioned, the inmate confessed that he had stolen them - from the house of the

    審問時,犯人承認是他偷來的--從

  • Prison Governor where he worked, by sneaking into the Governor's wife's dresser.

    監獄長工作的地方,通過潛入監獄長夫人的梳妝檯。

  • That was probably the end of that job.

    那份工作大概就這樣結束了。

  • But there were more disturbing collections found in prisoner's cells.

    但在犯人的牢房裡發現了更令人不安的藏品。

  • Justin Rollins was in the healthcare unit for mentally disturbed inmates when a young

    賈斯汀-羅林斯是在保健單元的精神錯亂的囚犯時,一個年輕的。

  • man was brought in.

    人被帶了進來。

  • Many inmates - including Rollins - self-harm to get transferred to this safer unit, but

    許多囚犯--包括羅林斯--為了轉移到這個更安全的組織、部門而自殘,但。

  • the new arrival was definitely not pretending.

    新來的人絕對不是裝的。

  • He was escorted by guards wearing hazmat suits, which meant he had been in possession of something

    他被身穿危險品防護服的警衛押送著,這意味著他持有某種東西。

  • contaminated.

    汙染。

  • It turned out that he had been collecting bread to lure pigeons to his cell - at which

    原來他一直在收集麵包來引誘鴿子到他的牢房--在這時

  • point he killed them and stored their heads in his pillowcase.

    他把他們殺了,並把他們的頭顱放在枕套裡。

  • Everyone else in the unit gave the pigeon serial killer a wide berth.

    組織、部門裡的其他人都給了鴿子連環殺手一個寬闊的空間。

  • In prison, people will do anything to distract themselves - even resort to some questionable

    在監獄裡,人們會做任何事情來分散自己的注意力--甚至會採取一些有問題的手段。

  • substitutes.

    替代品。

  • Drug addicts often find themselves needing their next fix, but drugs are hard to come

    吸毒者經常發現自己需要下一個固定的毒品,但毒品是很難得的。

  • by and dangerous to keep.

    由和危險保持。

  • When a group of female inmates in the county jail were desperate, they found an unconventional

    當縣城監獄的一群女囚走投無路時,她們找到了一個非常規的

  • solution.

    解決辦法。

  • When they got their instant coffee powder from the canteen, they didn't mix it with

    他們從食堂拿速溶咖啡粉的時候,並沒有把它和

  • hot water.

    熱水。

  • They snorted it right up their noses for a high-intensity caffeine fix, and the other

    他們把它直接吸到鼻子裡,以補充高強度的咖啡因,而其他的

  • inmates reported they stayed up all night making weird meowing noises to each other.

    囚犯們報告說,他們整晚都沒睡,互相發出奇怪的喵喵聲。

  • For alcoholics, finding a suitable replacement can be even trickier.

    對於酗酒者來說,尋找合適的替代品可能更加棘手。

  • Prison has its own culture, and many inmates have reported it even has its own drink menu.

    監獄有自己的文化,很多犯人都說這裡甚至有自己的飲料菜單。

  • With alcohol strictly prohibited, inmates have taken to home-brewing a questionable

    在嚴禁飲酒的情況下,囚犯們自釀的酒很有問題。

  • substitute called Pruno.

    稱為普魯諾的替代品。

  • They collect fruit juice, candy, sugar, and crumbled bread and collect it in a plastic

    他們收集果汁、糖果、糖和碎麵包,然後收集在一個塑膠的

  • bag which they fill with hot water.

    袋子裡裝滿熱水。

  • They hide it in a piece of cloth and let it ferment over an extended period - knowing

    他們把它藏在一塊布里,讓它長時間發酵--他們知道... ...

  • that if it's discovered, they're headed for solitary.

    如果被發現,他們就會被單獨關押。

  • The eventual result has been described as tasting vile, but it contains just enough

    最終的結果被描述為味道卑劣,但它含有足夠的。

  • alcohol to be worth it for some.

    酒精對一些人來說是值得的。

  • Of course, some inmates manage to get their hands on the real thing.

    當然,也有一些犯人設法拿到了真東西。

  • Drugs are pretty common in prison, and some inmates resort to extreme measures to get

    毒品在監獄裡很常見,有些犯人會採取一些極端的手段來獲得。

  • them.

    他們。

  • One inmate tried to smuggle a bag of drugs into prison concealed in his rear end, but

    一名囚犯試圖將一袋毒品藏在他的後屁股裡偷運進監獄,但他的後屁股被人偷走了。

  • was quickly discovered.

    很快就被發現了。

  • The guards dug it out and planned to seize it as evidence - but the inmate had other

    獄警把它挖出來,打算作為證據扣押--但犯人另有打算。

  • plans, and everyone in the prison hospital got to see as he grabbed it and swallowed

    監獄醫院的每個人都能看到他抓住它併吞下了它

  • it again.

    再次。

  • He was forced to vomit it up by the officers, and he was probably pretty lucky the bag didn't

    他是被警察逼著吐出來的,他可能很幸運,袋子裡的東西沒有

  • burst after all that - that would have likely been fatal.

    爆發後,所有--那很可能是致命的。

  • Uncomfortable as it is, that seems to be a pretty popular hiding place.

    雖然不舒服,但那似乎是一個很受歡迎的藏身之處。

  • One inmate was living in a low-security dorm where the inmates had more freedom, and many

    一名囚犯住在低安全級別的宿舍,那裡的囚犯有更多的自由,而且許多囚犯

  • were smuggling cell phones in.

    正在走私手機入境。

  • But this was still prohibited, and a violation could easily get them sent back to a more

    但這仍然是被禁止的,違反規定很容易讓他們被送回一個更加

  • secure prison.

    安全的監獄。

  • When the dorm was raided one day, the inmate watched in shock as at least five inmates

    有一天,宿舍被突擊檢查時,該囚犯驚恐地看著至少有5名囚犯

  • quickly shoved their cell phones - including some pretty large models - where the sun doesn't

    迅速把他們的手機--包括一些相當大的型號--塞進了沒有陽光的地方。

  • shine.

    閃耀。

  • Even more shocking?

    更令人震驚的是?

  • Every one of them was strip-searched, and not a cell phone was found.

    每一個人都進行了脫衣搜身,沒有發現一部手機。

  • In prison, freedom can disappear at any time - sometimes for the most ridiculous reasons.

    在監獄裡,自由隨時可能消失--有時是出於最荒謬的原因。

  • Stephen Jackley was doing a stint for armed robbery when he suddenly discovered that the

    史蒂芬-傑克利在因持槍搶劫而服刑的時候,突然發現...

  • prisoners' time in the yard that day had been cancelled.

    那天犯人在院子裡的時間被取消了。

  • Normally this only happens when there's trouble at the prison or serious bad weather,

    通常只有在監獄出現問題或嚴重的惡劣天氣時才會出現這種情況。

  • but today the reasoning was...a cloud.

    但今天的理由是......一雲。

  • The prison guards had decided that a cloud meant it could rain, and the rain could make

    獄警們決定,烏雲意味著可以下雨,而雨可以讓... ...

  • the ground unsafe for recreation.

    地面不安全的娛樂活動;

  • Not exactly a reason to cancel a day of outdoor time, but there really isn't a customer

    不完全是取消一天戶外活動時間的理由,但確實沒有一個客戶

  • service division in prisons.

    監獄中的服務部門;

  • The guards have a lot of power in prison - and sometimes they abuse it.

    獄警在監獄裡有很大的權力--有時他們會濫用權力。

  • One man was spending the weekend in LA County jail after being arrested, and just had to

    有一名男子被捕後在洛杉磯縣監獄裡過週末,只得。

  • get through the weekend.

    熬過這個週末。

  • But another inmate wouldn't be so lucky.

    但另一個犯人就不會這麼幸運了。

  • They were standing on line for inspection when the guards suddenly stopped him, pulled

    他們正在排隊等候檢查,衛兵突然攔住他,拉著

  • him out of line, and beat him in front of the rest of the line.

    他出線了,並在其他隊伍的前面打他。

  • The inmate never knew why that specific inmate was targeted, and saw other inmates obviously

    犯人一直不知道為什麼那個特定的犯人會被盯上,看到其他犯人明顯

  • smuggling goods.

    走私貨物;

  • Maybe the poor inmate was just randomly chosen to be an example by abusive guards.

    也許這名可憐的犯人只是被虐待的獄警隨機挑選出來做個例子。

  • But guards aren't always on the ball.

    但後衛並不總是在球。

  • When a young man was doing a short stint, one of the inmates he was doing time with

    當一個年輕人在做一個短期監禁時,一個和他一起做的囚犯。

  • was a notorious member of the Mexican mob who was in jail awaiting trial for murder.

    是一個臭名昭著的墨西哥黑幫成員,他因謀殺罪被關在監獄裡等待審判。

  • But that didn't stop him from getting a position on the Work Release team.

    但這並不妨礙他在工放隊獲得一個職位。

  • One day, when he was out doing his job, he just decided to make a break for it.

    有一天,他在外面做事的時候,就決定要闖一闖。

  • He made a gang sign at the guards, laughed at them, and disappeared while he was at work.

    他對著衛兵做了個幫派的手勢,對著衛兵笑了笑,然後趁著衛兵上班的時候消失了。

  • He was never seen again and was believed to have made it back to Mexico, and the odds

    他再也沒有出現過,人們相信他已經回到了墨西哥,而這一切的機會

  • are those guards were looking for a new job.

    那些警衛是在找新工作。

  • Of course, sometimes the inmates fight back against the guards.

    當然,有時犯人會反擊看守。

  • One man doing time for DUI in the Macomb County jail reported seeing an old inmate who'd

    有一個人因酒駕在馬康縣監獄服刑,他說看到一個老犯人,他說:"他是我的朋友,他是我的朋友。

  • had enough.

    夠了

  • He started repeatedly dipping his shirt in the toilet, wringing it out, and wrapping

    他開始反覆地把襯衫浸在馬桶裡,擰乾,然後裹上。

  • it around his head.

    它在他的頭上。

  • Most people thought he was crazy, but he said he needed it to block out the light.

    大多數人都認為他瘋了,但他說他需要它來遮擋光線。

  • But then, the old man scooped some of the toilet water up in a milk cartoon, and waited

    但隨後,老人用牛奶卡通舀了一些馬桶水,等待著

  • for an officer to walk in.

    官員走進來。

  • As soon as the officer barged in to move them to another cell, the old man threw the cup

    當警官闖入將他們轉移到另一個牢房時,老人將杯子扔了出去

  • of toilet water right in his face.

    廁所的水就在他的臉上。

  • This turned into a near-prison riot, and the old man was beaten by guards and paraded out

    這變成了一場近乎監獄的暴動,老人被看守毆打,被遊街示眾。

  • in front of the other inmates.

    當著其他犯人的面。

  • But that's nothing compared to the revenge plan the next man cooked up.

    但這與下一個人制定的復仇計劃相比,根本不算什麼。

  • One inmate shared a story of an HIV-positive inmate who became a legend among his fellow

    一名囚犯分享了一個故事:一名艾滋病毒呈陽性的囚犯在他的同伴中成為了一個傳奇。

  • cons.

    弊端。

  • He had been collecting newspapers during his stay, and quietly worked on a project by dipping

    住院期間,他一直在收集報紙,並悄悄地通過浸泡在一個項目上。

  • the papers into toilet water, which had the effect of hardening them.

    將紙張放入馬桶水中,有使其變硬的作用。

  • No one knew what he was working at - until one day the guards came under fire.

    沒有人知道他在做什麼--直到有一天,衛兵遭到了槍擊。

  • He had made a makeshift bow and arrows out of the petrified newspaper and some string,

    他用石化報紙和一些繩子做了一把臨時的弓箭。

  • and had apparently even coated the arrows in his blood to potentially infect the guards.

    而且顯然還把箭塗在了他的血液裡,有可能感染守衛。

  • No one knows if any arrows hit their target, but it's hard to imagine paper arrows could

    沒有人知道是否有箭矢射中目標,但很難想象紙箭可以

  • actually pierce the guards' clothing.

    居然穿透了衛兵的衣服。

  • But the next inmate took his revenge plot to the next level.

    但下一個犯人將他的復仇陰謀推向了新的高度。

  • CeriCestoStokes was a frequent flier at a Welsh prison, but nothing prepared him

    Ceri "Cesto" Stokes是威爾士監獄的常客,但他沒有任何準備。

  • for what he was going to see this time.

    對於他這次要去看的東西。

  • He shared a prison with a young Irish inmate who loved to boast that he knew how to make

    他和一個年輕的愛爾蘭囚犯共處一獄,他喜歡吹噓自己知道如何製作。

  • bombs.

    炸彈:

  • No one believed him - until one day he showed up with what looked like a bomb, and took

    沒有人相信他,直到有一天,他帶著一個看起來像炸彈的東西出現了,並帶走了他。

  • a female guard hostage.

    一名女警衛為人質。

  • The guard had apparently made a lot of enemies among the men, and this hostage situation

    警衛顯然在這些人中樹了不少敵人,這種人質的情況下

  • led to a riot in the whole wing.

    導致了整個機翼的騷亂。

  • By the time the guards calmed the riot and broke into the office where the hostage-taker

    等到衛兵們平息了騷亂,闖進了劫持人質者所在的辦公室的時候

  • was, the riot had made the news.

    是,騷亂已經成為新聞。

  • As for the bomb, it turned out to be a flask with some wires in it - completely harmless,

    至於炸彈,原來是一個燒瓶,裡面有一些電線--完全無害。

  • but enough to turn a prison upside-down for days, and send the would-be bomber to a much

    但足以讓一個監獄顛倒數日,並將潛在的轟炸機送到一個更多的

  • longer stint in prison.

    在監獄裡呆的時間更長;

  • For more on what you'll need to know to get out of a prison stint alive, watchThe

    想知道更多關於活著出獄需要知道的事情,請看《》。

  • Ten Commandments of Prison”, or check out this video instead.

    監獄十誡》,或者看看這個視頻。

The parole board has had its say, and it's official - the inmate is going home.

假釋委員會已經有了自己的說法,這是官方的--犯人要回家了。

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