Koh Samui, this is the prison where Daniel Sancho is being held: no beds, overcrowded and with “disgusting rice and stinking broth”

Daniel Sancho has been jailed since last Friday, August 4 after confessing to the crime of his partner Edwin Arrieta. After collaborating and helping in the investigation into the alleged murder all weekend, Thai police gave Rodolfo Sancho’s son special treatment by inviting him to dinner at “the best hotel on the island” and allowing him to leave his cellphone on “for a while”. use,” as he explained in an interview with ‘El programa del verano’ on Telecinco.

Favorable treatment despite continued detention: “I am surrounded. I mean they brought me here for dinner because they closed the case and tomorrow I’ll be in a cell with 20 people,” Daniel Sancho assured the TV show. A conversation that took place on Sunday evening while he was having dinner. In it he already anticipated that he would meet the next day, that is, on Monday.twenty people in a cell“.

It’s true that he was admitted to Koh Samui prison yesterday morning, but for now he’s gotten around to it in an isolation module in which he must remain for ten days to comply with the prison’s coronavirus protocol. In fact, he won’t even be able to see his father, the famous Spanish actor Rodolfo Sancho, who is already in Thailand. Because of this detailed protocol, Daniel Sancho will only have the opportunity to meet with the lawyer his father found for him. Meeting expected to take place this morning.

Koh Samui Prison has no beds for inmates, only three blankets

Efforts by his family and lawyer to bring him back to Spain to serve his sentence have so far been unsuccessful. Just yesterday, Daniel Sancho entered Koh Samui prison knowing the poor conditions he would be in. Prison where you must stay at least until the trial.

Since Daniel Sancho was admitted yesterday, several testimonies have been received from people and ex-prisoners about what Koh Samui is like. A blogger named Mia Escobud interviewed two former inmates years ago who told her this in the cells “there are no beds”, although there were “hammocks” before. Now the inmates only have three blankets: “one to cover, one to sleep in and one to use as a pillow”. Blankets lying directly on the cold floor of the cell without any further protection. “I spent the whole time there with my legs on the toilet, other prisoners’ feet in my face. The width of my “space” was about 14 inches. “There was one spot in the cell where you couldn’t stretch your legs because it was so crowded,” one inmate told Mia Escobud.

The bathrooms are equipped with 16 showers and two drinking troughs that they were “a bit crazy,” as the former inmates noted. The food also leaves a lot to be desired. The dish consists of aDisgusting looking rice and smelly broth with some bones. Same goes for dinner, although sometimes you can get lucky Let some chicken stick to the bone.

In the 2016 interview, these prisoners denounced:torture and abuse of power“. It also spoke of the use of “shackles” and certain “punishments”. 3,500″.

Former prisoners must be present in everyday life different counts which are prepared throughout the day and start at 6 a.m. At 8 a.m. the anthem is sung and the second count of the day is held. At 8:30 a.m. there is breakfast with “nasty rice and a smelly broth”. At 11:00 a.m. the third count takes place and at 11:45 a.m. lunch is served. The day continues with showers, gym and free time. At 3:00 p.m. there is dinner and at 4:00 p.m. they have to return to the cells. There they can take a shower or watch old Thai prison administration programs. At 9:00 p.m. there must be absolute silence.

It is clear that the conditions leave a lot to be desired. For this reason, Daniel Sancho has asked Telecinco to continue “media coverage” in order to move “heaven and hell” and obtain his extradition to Spain, where the prison conditions are not so harsh. For his part, his father Rodolfo Sancho continues to believe that his son confessed to the murder “under police pressure”.

However, be aware that if you go to court and plead guilty, which could be the case, your situation could get worse sent to Bang Kwang prisonseven kilometers from Bangkok, known as “hell on earth” and considered one of the most dangerous in the world.

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