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Indoctrination - In Abbott's view, this is the process whereby prisoners are forced to admit they are in prison because of their own bad behavior and that prisoners deserve any punishment doled out in prison by guards or the system.

Claustrophobia - Abbott suffered from this for three or four years while in prison. He felt the walls were crushing and smothering him; he couldn't breathe, and he flailed wildly and screamed.

Blackout cell - Abbott was confined to this once for about 25 days. Absolutely no light reached him and he was fed once a day with a bowl of broth and a hard biscuit and heard nothing except his own movements and mutterings.

The Starvation Diet - For continuing to defy authority, Abbot was once subjected to a near-consecutive six-month sentence of this, something no inmate or guard thought he could survive.

Pruno - It is...

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