Behind Bars: Hard Time Pt.3 | Extra Long Episode

Tensions build in Georgia’s Smith State Prison when a cell floods and angry prisoners must evacuate. Witness how women at Lee Arrendale State Prison cope with life in jail and the sometimes strange changes in state of mind they undergo as a way to cope with serving time. Meet the female offenders housed at Metro State Prison in Atlanta. From a straight “A” student turned druggie to murderers serving life terms, these women have seen and experienced the worst. Drugs, crime and violence are among the daily pressures of doing time at Smith State, one of the toughest prisons in Georgia.
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“Hard Time” is an exclusive, groundbreaking documentary series that takes a look behind the scenes of US high security prisons and immerses viewers in the brutality of life there. Prisoners, guards, wardens, families – these are stories full of desperation and hope, truth and consequence. In season 1 we accompany new prisoners and young prison guards in training. Season 2 takes us on a year-long journey behind bars in an Ohio prison, where respect is hard-earned, violence is a constant threat, and reparation is hard to come by. “This is World War III, and we fight it every day,” says a bitter prison guard in Season 3, which takes us to two notorious state prisons in Georgia, one of which is an all-woman prison. By focusing on a small number of inmates and guards in each episode, the series spans a strong and often heartbreaking web of lost souls.

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31 thoughts on “Behind Bars: Hard Time Pt.3 | Extra Long Episode

  1. i done two months in jail.. looks almost identical to prison…
    i was locked up for not being in school and working without a permit as a foreigner..
    i learned first hand how the american system works… it is completely unfair and they will lock you away for a very longtime for some petty crimes.
    during my time in jail, i allready knew i wasnt going to be there for a longtime, i didnt take no lawyer because i had planned out my meeting with the judge in favor of my needs.when the trial came, judge told me i was eligal in the country because i wasnt in school, i pleaded guity and asked for voluntary departure out the country, which was granted to me so i bought my tecket home. jail is very boring soo.. i spent my days reading and working out, gave me something to do lol. i came across this one book that changed my life. this book speaks the origins of religions. after having learned about where the religion i practice came from and many others, i coud finaly make a fair choice on what id like to follow. i chose no religion, but i do beleive in god.
    came my departure day from the jail to my home country, i drank alot of red wine on the flight home and had a good laugh with the gentleman who was sitting next to me. I was really happy to be out of America because any country that will treat a person like that for not being in school, i fear what else they could do to innocent people wrongly accused for crimes they did not commit. kinda dodge a bullet there… ill be heading to canada for a better quality of life.

  2. I live in Norway. It takes you 2 years of intens training and school to become a prison officer. I googled USA – You won't need a degree to become a Prison Officer, and employers will place most precedence on your work experience and personal qualities. However, you will need to pass a number of numeracy assessments and fitness/medical tests as part of the application process. It so obvious why your system, imo, is fucked at so many levels.

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