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  • ISBN 1840189916
  • ISBN13 978-1840189919
  • Language English
  • Author Sebastian Williams
  • Publisher Mainstream Publishing; 1 edition (September 1, 2009)
  • Pages 301
  • Formats lit mbr azw lrf
  • Category Social Science
  • Subcategory Social Sciences
  • Size ePub 1204 kb
  • Size Fb2 1665 kb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 746

Send Them to Hell is a horrifying, authentic chronicle of life as lived by foreign inmates over the past two decades in Bangkok’s notorious prison system. Murder, human-rights abuse, drugs, prisoner and child sex slavery, blackmail, extortion, extreme violence, medical maltreatment, and unjustifiable death penalties feature as everyday occurrences in the living hells that are Bangkwang and Klong Prem jails. Sebastian Williams' blistering exposé graphically reveals this shocking reality through the eyes of a long-term inmate who has endured first hand the unimaginable, inhuman nightmare that constitutes the Thai penal system.

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Send Them to Hell is a horrifying, authentic chronicle of life as lived by foreign inmates over the past two decades in Bangkok's notorious prison system. Murder, human-rights abuse, drugs, blackmail, extortion, extreme violence, medical maltreatment and unjustifiable death penalties feature as everyday occurrences in the living hells that are Bangkwang and Klong Prem jails. Sebastian Williams graphically reveals this shocking reality through the eyes of a long-term inmate from the West, who endured at first hand the unimaginable, inhuman nightmare that constitutes the Thai penal system.

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The Brutal Horrors of Bangkok's Nightmare Jails. Murder, human-rights abuse, drugs, prisoner and child sex slavery, blackmail, extortion, extreme violence, medical maltreatment and unjustifiable death penalties feature as everyday occurrences in the living hells that are Bangkwang and Klong Prem jails.

Send Them to Hell is a horrifying, authentic chronicle of life as lived by foreign inmates over the past two decades in Bangkok's torious prison system.

Send Them to Hell is a horrifying, authentic chronicle of life as lived by foreign inmates over the past two decades in Bangkok's notorious .

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porosh
primo
Llathidan
could hardly put the book down,full of suspension
Ahieones
Meaningful!
Silverbrew
What this man went through and witnessed is unacceptable in today's society in my opinion. I have seen this too many times and actually do write someone now at Bangkwang Prison in Thailand. People make mistakes but the punishments are so severe and you never know when one of these guards are having a bad day...and if they are and your the recipient, there is a good chance it might be your last day as well. Our country needs to be more proactive in helping get the foreigners home and into safety. I know most would rather serve their time out there because of the freedom during the days but really they are there for years upon years upon years hoping for kings pardon. Sebastion I know you came home and I hope you have adjusted to being home. Its so hard, and I commend you for getting through all this . When they see foreigners with money , they then will set them up and most are innocent of anything. I am glad Hansel got what he got but sad for him as well. You did time for something you didnt know anything about and was set up. The Thais are a crappy bunch of people and society's worst vermon. As much as I want to visit the person I am writing to to help him, I will never set foot in Thailand.

This book is very disturbing but well worth the read.
misery
This is the true story of 17 years in the life of a man called Sly. We learn little about him other than that he is British, married to a Thai, and living and working in Bangkok until he is arrested at a bank one day while waiting to meet a client and charged with buying and possessing heroin. Despite the lack of any proper evidence, he is eventually sentenced to death. If this sounds unlikely, given that his only mistake seems to have been - in his own words - to be a `sucker for the underdog' as well as showing - in hindsight at least - a touch of naivety, believe me, there is a terrifying whiff of authenticity about this tale, and Sly is a compelling, straight-talking narrator, despite the dodgy past he occasionally alludes to. Even worse, the friend who was arrested with him and who spent more than five years in jail beside him, committed no crime other than being with Sly on the day of the arrest to go apartment-hunting with him.

As Sly fights for justice, he witnesses brutality and uncovers tales of treachery and abuse that are far more horrifying than his own. He pleads for the reform of the Thai judicial system, one which even high-ranking figures have admitted is corrupt, and is equally scathing in his accounts of the behaviour of the British government of the time as it shouts about world-wide human rights abuses.

Sly is a born storyteller, and the characters simply jump out of the pages with life. This may not be a pleasant read, but it is an engrossing one. Whether we actually like Sly or not, I think most of us will be relieved that he survived the system, and can only admire his matter-of-fact account of a horrifying existence.
Welahza
This story was highly exaggerated, living in Thailand I can see much of this was made up. The storyline had many holes and was just not believable. For anyone who has lived in Thailand, you can see that many parts just didn't add up. Other books out there with more accurate stories. Waste of money and time, I threw the book out halfway through.
Wishamac
This book was a good read. I finished it in two days. Very interesting to read about prison life abroad. I can't even imagine going through what these inmates do. Read this book with an open mind and a trust for the author because so much of this seems so unreal. I am amazed that things like this still happen across the world.
I enjoyed this book as a narrative, but think it lacked realism. Decent story, but I don't believe it was true. The author did not even spell the name of the prison correctly.