- n. Plural form of prisoner.
“She visited the four womens prisons in the country; she could influence the prisoners; she found work for the women who had finished their sentence and cared for prisoners children while their mothers were in gaol.”
“Some violent demands having been made for the release of the prisoners, it is necessary that every possible precaution be taken for their security; you will therefore be pleased to be very strict in guarding them; and I herewith send _another pair of fetters to be added to those now upon the prisoners_.”
““Captain, would you please escort Mr. Urda and his…” Harley almost used the word prisoners, but stopped short.”
“One of the prisoners is a Canadian RAF lieutenant named Gerard, who searches through the littered corpses for his wife, Celeste (a member of the French Resistance), only to learn that she had been executed months earlier after enduring unspeakable torture.”
“Out of 651 released from different prisons today, 308 are what you call 'prisoners of conscience' like Min Ko Naing and Shin Gambira and 148 are former military intelligence personnel, including former MI chief and Prime Minister General Khin Nyunt," he said.”
“Unless things have changed since I retired, Suffolk’s system for booking in prisoners is no faster than any of the Police Stations shown in ‘reallity’ programmes.”
“The interaction between her fellow prisoners is also interesting.”
“The way we treated Gitmo prisoners is essentially the way we can expect others to treat our POWs.”
“The torture of prisoners is not a policy option, it is a war crime”
“The problem we have with paroling prisoners is they do not have any job training when they get out, then what do they do.”
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