Roof-top protests at HMP Dartmoor and Coldingley (uk)

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At 2.10pm Thursday (Sept. 13) two prisoners in HMP Dartmoor, Devon, gained access to the roof where they remained before being brought down by the cowardly screws several hours later.

A recent report by HM Inspectorate of Prisons noted that Dartmoor’s wings and cells were “shabby”, “cold and damp”.

This follows the nine-hour roof-top protest by three prisoners in HMP Coldingley, Surrey,

on Monday, August 27.

In May, Graham Richard Farrell, 48, who was serving a 12-year sentence for armed robberies escaped from the Category C prison while out on day release.

(Also good luck to Shaun Battye on the run from HMP Rochester since early September!)

FIRE TO ALL PRISONS, DEATH TO ALL SCREWS AND COPS!!

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