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The scars of solitary: Albert Woodfox on freedom after 44 years in a concrete cell

18 mins | Feb 28, 2021
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A striking account of a life that was completely taken away. Albert Woodfox was a member of the Angola Three, a group of men wrongfully accused of murder in Louisiana, who spent more than four decades in solitary confinement. On the fifth anniversary of his freedom, he talks to Ed Pilkington about the experience and how he found the strength to survive it.
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