Prisons Torture in Pakistan

The liberal media and the Western press hate the Taliban and the love British System of justice. However no one outraged at the bloody torture of prisoners and the inhuman treatment out to the men and women most of whom are jailed for no reason at all. The innocent victim of biased justice simply has to bear the incarceration.

According to some estimates 60% of the prisoners in Pakistani prisons are innocent of the crimes that they are convicted of. The prisoners are the poor and the destitute who cannot afford attorneys who can get them off with NROs, bribes and intimidation. Ever heard of a rich person’s child go to prison in Pakistan? It doesn’t happen Pakistani prisoners have leg irons, and are subjected to the worst atrocities known to man. If one does not know what a leg iron is, it a steel rod about half an inch thick and is clasped to both feet. This keeps the legs of hate prisoner apart so that he has limited motion and literally cannot walk. These leg irons are part of the British legacy.

Anglo Saxon law incarcerates prisons for crimes. These jails become rape and sodomy centers bringing out the worst beastliness, far removed from any semblance of humanity. The same conditions exist in the USA, UK, Australia and the rest of the world where the prison system exists. The USA has 5% of the world’s population but has the dubious distinction of owning 25% of the world’s prison population.раскрутка сайтаhigh class escorts chicagoрадиаторы отопления низкие горизонтальныекак обезопаситься от малярииtranslate from spanish to portugueseonline sketchtranslate english into arabicповышение лояльности клиентов маркетинг

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About Maurice Shahbaz

I got life sentence in July 1986.I have a crucial experience during the time when, I was in prison for 12 years due to injustice. There I observed closely how people suffer in the prisons without hope. Sometimes due to their illness and many other reasons they cannot see any light in their dark future. Even very skilled inmates do not have the chance to improve their lives anyway, but I set the challenge by completing my education from Matriculation, F.A, B.A, Diploma in further studies in Urdu, Diploma in further studies in Punjabi & M.A.being in prison, living among them and having given them the example that education can make acceptable in society once again. I have done Master of Divinity from Gujranwala Theological Seminary Gujranwala Pakistan. Even the criminals can be make to educate, I was put in prison when, I was hardly 13, due to none of my fault in the case but God made it possible that I got released after 12 years. At the times of my release, I decided to serve the community which, I left behind in prisons. My aim to love and serve all human kind. In 1999 after my release, I founded the Prisons Mission Society. Reverend Maurice Shahbaz (Founder and Director) Prisons Mission Society