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By Robert Carry (for JOE.ie)
“The toilets were broken so we had to keep our excrement in plastic
bags,” recalls Garry Donnelly, a republican from the Creggan area of
Derry of his time in detention in a Northern Ireland prison. “But we had
no way of getting rid of it. We were forced to liquefy the waste and
pour it out through the sides of the cell doors.”
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