Ill prisoner says repression in Ahlat T Type Closed jail increasing
Naif İşçi, an ill prisoner in Ahlat T Type Closed Prison, called for sensitivity to the escalating oppression in jails and said that "there is no day when our friends are not punished."
Naif İşçi, an ill prisoner in Ahlat T Type Closed Prison, talked about the inhumane practices they were subjected to in a phone call with his family.
İşçi stated that the jail administration's attacks on political prisoners intensified every day. “Both the prison director and the guards are very bad towards us. Most of the time they punish us for no reason. They want to ignore the end of our sentences. They don't give us our books or newspapers. They don't change our cells. Our ill friends are not treated and they are not taken to the hospital. The prison warden has changed. Since he changed, there hasn't been a day in which our friends haven't been punished."
Prisoner İşçi said: “We want lawyers and deputies to focus on this. The situation here is not good. The repression is too heavy and we are constantly attacked.”