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Shane Bauer on Solitary Confinement and American Prisons


I just spoke at UC Irvine with Ms Dolores Canales about prison life and solitary confinement. Ms Dolores brought in the video related to Shane Bauer. Both Dolores and I ( Glenn Langohr ) have both done prison time. I turned 10 years into 8 books about the drug war and prison life and corruption.

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Shane Bauer was one of the three American hikers imprisoned in Iran after being apprehended on the Iraqi border in 2009. He spent 26 months in Tehran’s Evin Prison, 4 of them in solitary confinement. In his latest feature for Mother Jones, Shane Bauer writes a powerful piece on his experience of solitary confinement in that Iranian prison:

“There was a window,” I say. I don’t quite know how to tell him what I mean by that answer. “Just having that light come in, seeing the light move across the cell, seeing what time of day it was—” Without those windows, I wouldn’t have had the sound of ravens, the rare breezes, or the drops of rain that I let wash over my face some nights. My world would have been utterly restricted to my concrete box, to watching the miniature ocean waves I made by sloshing water back…

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lenn Langohr resides in southern California where he spends his time doing what he loves best, reading and writing. He started writing from prison on drug charges and hasn't stopped since. He is an usher at his church and loves to reach out to other prisoners to help them turn their lives around. Glenn is married to his dream girl, Sanette, who plays Annette in one of his novels. The author will gift his books FREE from the Kindle store to those who can't afford it... Glenn Langohr

2 thoughts on “Shane Bauer on Solitary Confinement and American Prisons

  1. Like Shane Bauer, I was imprisoned in Iran as a foreigner accused of espionage – – and I have been to prisons in the US when working there as a lawyer. NO, the (prison) systems in both countries are not the same. Just ask yourself if an article like this could appear in Iran. The American penal system is rotten in many places, but comparing it to a system that tortures and kills political opponents in its prisons is not helpful for the required debate.

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