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Prisons That You Should Be DYING to See - 2nd Round

written by: thaibob
 
Here are some of the famous and infamous prisons of the past and present. I'll give you the name of the prison, information and a picture, you can tell me where it is located. This is the 2nd round.

Question 1:

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Gitarama Central Prison has been described as "hell on earth". It was designed for 400 during the Genocide in this country, but at one point the population ballooned to 7000 Hutus awaiting death.
Ethiopia
Chad
Rwanda
Democratic Republic of Congo


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Diyarbakır Prison has been described as having "the greatest number of human rights violations per prisoner". According to the London Times it is one of the "ten most notorious jails in the world." It opened in 1980 right after the coup d'état in this country.
Armenia
Turkey
Albania
Greece


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ADX Florence Supermax Prison is located in the US and was built as a result of incidents involving attacks on guards. Prisoners are completely isolated and this non-contact leads to a psychological breakdown causing suicide. What state holds this jail as well as a famous ski resort?
California
Arizona
Colorado
North Dakota


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El Rodeo prison is noted for a shoot-out between rival gangs which occurred on a June 12, 2011, a visiting day. The prison is located in this country, whose leader went to Cuba for cancer treatment.
Colombia
Venezuela
Bolivia
Argentina


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Bang Kwang Prison is located in this Asian country known as "The Land of Smiles". The wearing of leg irons was abolished in 2013 by the Prime Minister of the country whose brother also served before a military coup ousted him.
Laos
Thailand
Cambodia
Vietnam


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Pelican Bay State Supermax Prison sits on 275 acres and was designed to keep the "worst of the worst prisoners in long-term solitary confinement". It is near Crescent City in this 'goldrush' state.
Arizona
Nevada
Oregon
California


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Tadmor Military Prison, originally built for military barracks, has been dubbed by Amnesty International as "the most oppressive prison in the world with every aspect of it designed to dehumanize its populace". In 1980, because of an attempt to assassinate President Assad, orders were given to kill prisoners. The massacre lasted 2 weeks and may have wiped out about 2400 inmates.
Syria
Iran
Iraq
Lebanon


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Carandiru Prison was South America's largest prison holding over 8000 inmates. It was meant to be a model prison complying with the 1890 Criminal Code. However, 1992 proved to be its downfall, as riots triggered the mass execution of inmates by the guards. In 46 years, it had 1300 unexplained deaths. The capital city of the country, where the prison is located, was moved from the "Mardi Gras" capital of the world to another city.
Columbia
Brazil
Argentina
Bolivia


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Camp 22 was founded in 1965. It gained international attention when in 2012 its warden defected to China.
Burma
Myanmar
North Korea
South Korea


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La Sabaneta is said to be one of the most brutal prisons in South America. To get rid of the overcrowding 40% of the prisoners were released much to the delight of the locals. This country's leader went to Cuba for cancer treatment.
Argentina
Bolivia
Venezuela
Columbia


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Texas State Penitentiary, nicknamed the "Wall Unit", is the oldest in the state and sits on 54 acres. It is famous for the large number of executions. What town hosts this prison?
Abilene
Huntsville
Galveston
Wichita Falls


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Al-Ha'ir Prison is one of the worst prisons in the middle east. Even though it means death, prisoners still protest. Death from torture is commonplace. It is located 25 miles south of Riyadh in which country?
Arab Emirates
Oman
Saudi Arabia
Kuwait


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This prioson is known as the "Alcatraz of the South", "The Farm" and Angola. It houses the death row for men as well as the state's execution chamber. Stephen King's "The Green Mile" is loosely based on this southern prison. In what US state is the prison located?
Ohio
Louisiana
South Carolina
Arizona


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In what city in Arizona is the Maricopa County Jail located?
Phoenix
Tucson
Mesa
Scottsdale


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