How Tough Is Singapore Prison Life? | Inside Maximum Security - Part 1/4 | CNA Documentary

How Tough Is Singapore Prison Life? | Inside Maximum Security – Part 1/4 | CNA Documentary



For the first time ever, six inmates, incarcerated multiple times and at least once at maximum security, agree to reveal their full identities, for the cameras to capture their lives behind bars, as they unfold. Will the regime in jail finally be enough for them to renounce a life of crime? Will this be their final stint in Changi Prison?

Meet Graceson, a gangster who manages to get himself a new tattoo in prison and duly caned for it. Khai, a professional skateboarder who is just coming to terms with the loss of his career. Rusdi who is counting down to his release in 50 days using packets of snacks. And Boon Keng who gets into trouble for keeping origami in his cell during a cell search.

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About the show: Five hardened criminals, One unique prison. Watch their lives unfold – in a prison quite unlike any other – spartan to the extreme yet sophisticated in its methods.
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29 thoughts on “How Tough Is Singapore Prison Life? | Inside Maximum Security – Part 1/4 | CNA Documentary

  1. Unlike other prison compared to Philippine n south africa
    This prison is well organised gets meal per dietary n one man cell which is the most beneficial along with proper hygeine

  2. Imagine the outcry if an American prison served 4 slices of bread and a cuppa for breakfast. Imagine the outcry if the bed was a straw mat. Be grateful is the message here

  3. The prisoners in those countries are treated like they are in PRISON- no special privileges- the prisoners here are treated like kings and queens compared- the ones in this doc

  4. British journalist Alan Shadrake defends his book, insists on his innocence and explains his motives.

    (RSF/IFEX) – 29 October 2010 – Just days ahead of the verdict in his trial, expected on 3 November, British journalist Alan Shadrake defends his book, insists on his innocence and explains his motives.

    JUSTICE SINGAPORE STYLE

    I am being prosecuted and facing jail for exposing prosecutorial scandals in Singapore – scandals this PAP dictatorship doesn’t want decent Singaporean citizens to know about. One particular heinous scandal concerns Guiga Lyes Ben Laroussi, a Tunisian and valuable ‘foreign talent’ who was the main drug supplier to Singapore’s so-called High Society Drug Circle in 2004.

    This destroyer of lives was allowed to escape Singapore after facing a mandatory death penalty charge. The charge was then negotiated down so he would receive a jail sentence of between 20 and 30 years in prison instead.

    Then another miracle happened: He was allowed bail in the sum of $280,000, given his passport back and allowed to leave Singapore. This could only have been done with the connivance of top government officials because they feared he would expose bigger names if he were to be sent to the gallows.

  5. If America would start making their prisons and prisoners be accountable and make it as rough as you possibly can on even the hardened criminal would keep the from coming back 💯
    As of now it's like sending them off to summer camp!

  6. Are you kidding me right? The US max jails are literally filled with wild animals. I can see why Singapore is so safe (I have been there 3 times), even their jails feel cleaner and safer. 😂

  7. Those cells aren't small, I spent years in a cell that was 7 feet long and I could touch the walls on each side with my arms spread. It was an old building built in the 1800s and it was freezing in winter and hot in summer. I preferred a single cell, as did most others who were doing years, nothing worse than being in a small cell with people you can't stand.

  8. What about education? Is there a library in the prison, can they learn anything meaningful, technology, programming, …? They are not even allowed to write or read anything more than the bible

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