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Guatemalan inmates tear prison teacher's heart out

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Wow, we never had biology practicals like that.

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Wow, won't have these chaps around for dinner.

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They must have been reading about the old Aztec rituals...

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And we want to have trade relations with these people? < :-)

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I don't think people incarcerated in juvenile prison get to have trade relations with anyone, daydream.

But even so --omg.

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This is why Guatemalan gangs are such a menace in the United States. They are worse than the Russian mafia for brutality. And people wonder why death squads rise up in South and Central America to keep the peace. Go Go death squads!

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Back to basics education in Guatamala.

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And you call this a 'Juvenile' prison?

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Did they read too much guro manga?

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Well, no more lessons for them. I suggest private dark holes for each of the rioters until they die of natural causes.

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Mola Ram!

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Should be called a Used to be Juvenile Prison. I heard the oldest inmate is 48 years old.

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The extract of human depravity. Lockdown with no privileges and diminished caloric intake until the culprits are identified, convicted, and put to death.

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