"I was lucky, but many are beaten, raped, hung up by their hands..."
"I am trapped in my memories, stuck on images from the end of the 80s..."
"All my best. I go back to prison the day after tomorrow. Warm greetings, Marcello"
"My letters tell my life in prison. A life punctuated by infinite time that causes someone like me to suffer both physically and mentally..."
"I have been detained constantly for the last 24 years. I am doing out a life sentence..."
Eighteen-year-old Tonia Miller was accused of shaking her baby to death. Listen to Life of the Law's episode.
Since 2000, at least 8,500 Palestinian children, that is to say between 500 and 700 per year, have been charged and detained by the Israeli military justice system. Words of child prisoners.
"When I was 18, I was arrested and accused of belonging to a terrorist organization"
"I spent 45 days in an individual underground cell under drastic conditions and was subjected to other violent and humiliating interrogations."
"Sometimes, I sang in my cell to break the silence, not to go mad."
African American activist in detention for 35 years