There are neither «good prisons» nor «prisons-models» Nevertheless, the «penitentiary illusions» insist to ignore an obvious evident: the suppressing and corruptive character of prison does not let any latitude for a humanized law and a socially - proper and individually - centered model of treatment Consequently, there is no other way, but restoring, the «rehabilitative ideal» and mainly avoiding confinement
I wonder if we live through the era of «de»(?)
I am not so sure.
However, what I am in the position (stale) to assure is that the study of Charalampos Karagiannidis lead (guide) us to the neglected paths of abolitionism, a theory which had fallen in many errors hut which moistly had claimed right predictions Our over-paged penal codes, our over-loaded courts, plus (and) the overpopulation in prisons consist the best witnesses of an on-coming failure
The feeling that I get from the study of Charalampos Karagiannidis is synonym to the sense of freedom «Set the prisons free» could be the catchword(-word-slogan). «Solidarity instead of repression» could be the message
The way has been paved again It's time to sec by whom and how is going to be stepped on(???)