....She said the offshore prison at Carrera Island prison lacks a water system and prisoners empty buckets of raw faeces into the sea daily through a hole in the prison wall, which she said they also use as a toilet.

“Grown men and women without sanitary facilities are forced to defecate in the presence of fellow prisoners without privacy, into bottles, plastic bags and on paper to be poured into a plastic bucket...and we talk about human rights and urgency and restorative justice,” she stated.

She described conditions where inmates are packed "like sardines" in hammocks and on cardboard on the ground and with the years-old stench of urine in the concrete, noting that the conditions present ideal conditions for disease.

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