It has been years since the Peña Duro prison in Santa Prisca was burnt to the ground. Not much has survived amongst the rubble and ash, save a few files, bones and rusty shivs. But what does remain are pieces of a puzzle. Put them together, and a picture of the prison’s old practices begins taking shape. The kind of picture you can live with seeing burn.
Courtesy of ‘The Other I’, printed below is a copy of one of the more interesting pieces of the puzzle.
First Name: N/A
Last Name : Dorrance
Date of Birth: N/A
Place of Birth : Caribbean Republic of Santa Prisca
- 13.Sep. (17:37) – Subject breaks his confines. The doctor rushes in, attempting to inject anesthetic. Both he and the nurse are taken out. Dorrance is looking right through the mirrored glass into the safe room before taking one of the Venom treatment masks and walking off. Did he see us?