d) Testimony of Hugo Antonio Vera Quintana, former inmate at the Center
|d) Testimony of Hugo Antonio Vera Quintana, former inmate at the Center
The witness was 15 when he entered the Center for the first time. Later, as punishment, he was transferred to the Oviedo prison, where he was incarcerated with adult inmates. He doesn’t remember what year the fire happened or how long he spent in the hospital. Prison is a “terrible world.”
His cell at the Center was very small and was always locked. He had no sheets, no soap and no toothpaste. The food was neither “bad nor good.” He had an attorney at the Center. He was an inmate at the Center, although he had never been convicted of any crime. There were teachers, but he had no desire to learn; he went to school but was never promoted to the next grade. The guards hit him and sent him to lock-up. The only thing he learned at the Center was “disorder and negative thinking.”
He asked the Court for his freedom and a job, as it was difficult for him to get work now that he was a marked man.
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