Since Thursday, May 24, Martha is in a new cell.
Of course she’s glad about this.
Everything new, whole renovated building wing, and only 10 inmates.
We have already described the equipment of the new cell.
During the moving, it appeared that Martha gathered a few of her things.
New cell is also probably smaller.
Not everything can fit in.
Martha gave a lot of her things to the reception to take away.
On Friday, Martha’s friends, took them away after visit.
It fitted in one passenger car, although it was heavily loaded.
It is better to live in worse conditions, but on FREEDOM
Than to stay in better conditions, but in PRISON…
But since Martha is sentenced to stay in prison for some time yet, we’re glad, that material conditions of her existence there improved…
…to sweeten it?…
…Whatever it is, we’re happy with Martha…
It doesn’t change the fact, that she still stays in the place, she shouldn’t be (in purely human opinion) –
…shouldn’t be… ANYMORE…
The situation repeats itself.
We write that Martha’s cell-room is cold, and… soon the heating returns.
Of course we’re glad, that Martha isn’t freezing.
But is there any reason for the outages of heating of the cell-room?
Is it a coincidence, some malfunctions, or maybe someone is having lots of fun?
Martha informed us, that her cell is already warm. Thank you.
It was very cold for few days.
It turned out that the cell has floor heating.
For few days, for reasons unknown to Martha, her cell was cold.
Martha says it’s a bit strange, because only her cell-room was cold.
(Or maybe it was enough to write about this on our sites?)
Anyway, we give our thanks that, Martha’s cell-room temperature is normal again.
Woman who was placed in Martha’s soitary cell (during the switch) was a person, who in opinion of other woman inmates is HIV carrier and is sick with AIDS.
After returning to her cell after one day, Martha found the cell exceptionally dirty. There were spots of blood in different places, probably after menstruation.
Martha cleaned the place thouroughly. She cleaned the shower for two days before she decided to use it.
The woman, probably sick with AIDS, after one day was transferred in Martha’s place and lived with another woman from Poland for a week, in another block, on second floor. Then she was transferred to solitary cell.
Majority of the women serving their sentences in Dochas prison, were convicted for drug-related crimes. Some of them probably have AIDS.
The test are carried out during admission to prison, but the results are not disclosed.
The inmates pass the information on who to avoid by themselves. They determine by themselves, who can be a HIV carrier or sick with AIDS
Yesterday Martha informed us, that she has 24 hours to pack her belongings and move to another prison cell.
Till now Martha was in one person cell on ground floor.
From now on she is supposed to be in a cell on next floor, with another Polish woman serving her sentence.
Martha was told, that the change is temporary.