How a string of deaths has left the Polish justice system hanging.
It is fairly easy to understand that prison is rather not among the top 10 destinations anybody would like to spend the rest of one’s life. But it seems that some important figures, as well as the mainstream media, are supporting the illusion that prisoners in Poland commit suicide around the clock, and that this is perfectly natural. Tough and ruthless killers being kept in Polish prisons get soft and fall ill or commit suicide, despite monitoring and the presence of highly professional personnel keeping an eye on them 24/7. When listening to these explanations, it is difficult to get rid of the impression that one is watching a cable drama.