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Video-testimonies/ Fatos Kërluku about Spaç prison

“The conditions at Spaç Camp… They would take us, send us to work, to extract copper, pyrite, with quotas. If we didn’t meet them, they’d put us in isollation cells. We were obliged to fill the wagons, meaning work was compulsory, Dhimo Sinani would come out and say: “Let’s go to work”. Without bread, without anythingThey didn’t allow us to take bread with us. We would hold hands, go to the mine, and start extracting copper and pyrite.

But in the barracks where you slept, how many people were there?

In the barracks where we slept, we were 40, 45 people. The bunk beds were three-tiered.”

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