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Ie's special taming techniues for prison wildlife such as spiders rats and cockroaches creatures that may be prisoners' only friends in long stretches on solitary Charlie also shows how to plan and prepare for marriage inside what can be seen as a less than romantic setting. A brutally honest book by a gentleman who has not been treated correctly by the mess that is the British Justice System The book begins with a short profile of Michael Peterson aka Charles Bronson Britain's most feared prisoner yet a Saint compared with the likes of Ian Huntley Roy Whiting etc Charles then gives an intriguing explanation of what would or could happen to the first time prisoner In chapter three there is an A Z of each of the prisons and secure hospitals that he has been in Chapter four sees three officers that Bronson took hostage on separate occasions telling the reader their sides of the story Chapter five gives the reader a list of celebrities who have been in trouble with the law including Robert Stroud and Al Capone alongside modern cases such as R Kelly and OJ Simpson Chapter six covers four challenges made by his legal team These show just how corrupt the prison system is denying Bronson medical treatment to his kidney and ear The last three chapters cover in his opinion the world's worst oldest hardest and most infamous prisons prisons that have become museums some famous uotes and some ghostly goings on before showing the reader tables of deaths in prison from 1990 to 2002 and another of the deaths of every black Asian and mixed race prisoners from April 1969 to November 2001A brilliant book and I look forward to reading his other books

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The Good Prison GuideCharlie Bronson has taken his 24 years of experience of prison dwelling and condensed it into one handy and comprehensive volume Moved regularly around the prisons of the British Isles he has sampled all that prison life has to offer taking in both the historic and pre hist. Not what I was expecting I thought this would be a description and stories of how the author tore up various institutions and people and while that does happen he also makes a very good case for why we should at least look at the purpose of prisons and at the very most why they are no longer fit for purposeA good study of what prisoners go though what would happen to you as a prisoner and also as a warning to those who may think that prison is a glamorous place Charles Bronson is an obviously intelligent and insightful individual combined with violence and mental issues which are also examined in the bookHe does include the witness statements of his various hostages that he has taken throughout his time in prison and lets you decide the legal documentation towards the end is a bit heavy but it still gives you an insight into what happens when you get lost in the system and you have people some very eminent fighting for you A refreshing look at a system that most people want as little to do with as possible

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The Good Prison Guide Download Å 108 Õ Charlie Bronson has taken his 24 years of experience of prison dwelling and condensed it into one handy and comprehensive volume Moved regularly around the prisons of the British Isles he has sampled all that prison life has to offer taking in both the historic and pre historic buildings that comprise BritOric buildings that comprise Britain's infamous prison system It's all in here from the correct way to brew vintage prison hooch and how to keep the screws from finding it to the indispensable culinary methods reuired to make prison food edible Readers can learn about Charl. Read this as I wanted an easy read to travel with Bronson has stayed in a number of prisons and in this guide he gives each of them a rating and comments on how good the food was Aside from that it's pretty heavy reading as you realise how outdated the prison system is and how brutal some of the prisons are Bronson is a pretty charismatic guy but at times does paint himself as the victim he's a pretty violent guy In saying that his history of mental health problems does give some indication as to why he is as he is and I'd say he'd be better off in a place that helped him rather than punish