A Polish political prisoner was held in a Russian prison for fifty years and though this is a horribly long time, it is not what offended me most. I was more offended that most of his time was spent in solitary confinement. Most of his interactions with another human were when food was shoved under the door.
Twenty-five years into his sentence a psychologist brought him out to evaluate him. His findings were the man was not intelligible and could speak only gibberish that could not be understood by anyone. Then, the man was placed back…
Today, I’m writing for Outside The City Gate, would you join me there to hear the rest of this story?
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