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Photo journal: Inside a Bolivian jail

"My name is Freddy Guanto Pantaluka Saca. I am here for killing people. I have been here for 25 years - I will never be free, the judge forgot about me!" this man says, smelling strongly of chicha (a local alcoholic drink)

In a mix of Quechua and Spanish, Freddy shouts something about suffering.

Few of the inmates here are convicted killers - 80% of them are here for drug-related offences. Only about 25% of all prisoners are actually serving a sentence - the rest are awaiting trial.

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