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Strict Regime Colony Launches its own TV
14.07.2011 15:27
Strict Regime Colony Launches its own TV

News, telecasts, football matches, etc test broadcasting of a TV studio with convicts as journalists and cameramen has been started in a penal colony in Kamchatka.
      
      The viewers are about 1 thousand persons who serve their terms for different crimes. The Office of Public Prosecutor hopes that the colonys own TV will have a positive influence on the people isolated from society, and promote the primary goal of any correctional facility - re-education of prisoners and their returning to the society as adequate people.
      
      Source: regnum.ru
Author: Vera Ivanova


Tags: Kamchatka Prison TV   

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