Shocking pictures uncover the everyday life of 3,800 inmates serving time behind the swarmed dividers of a famous Philippines jail worked for only 800.

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The criminals hunt down a side of soggy floor to squat against as they rest, pick rusty nails and dead cockroaches out of their proportions of food and endure rashes and boils brought on by the absence of ventilation and water.

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Inside Quezon City prison in Manila, the capital of the Philippines, there is a steady and consistent fight for space, water, food in an unhygienic institution.

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With 160 to 200 prisoners packed into a cell worked for 20, men alternate to mull over the split bond floor of an outside ball court, the progressions of staircases, underneath quaint little inns made out of old covers.

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