Ahmed Fairish describes his detention, imprisonment and abuse for an insubstantially proven drug use charge in this first part of his UnCuffed interview.
Ahmed Fairish describes the false report of his death in prison and the childhood that was stolen from him.
Hassan Waheed details the various types of torture he endured in prison and hopes for a brighter future in the Maldives under now-former president Mohamed Nasheed....
Maldivian musician E. Sa describes his treatment at Gaamadhoo and Maafushi jails, and the shooting on September 20, 2003.
A woman describes her torture in prison, designed specifically to humiliate women, and her efforts to move beyond it in civilian life.
Fazleen describes his torture in detention and in jail, and his efforts to succeed in rehabilitation. Fazleen is now completing his sentence with Workers Corporation...
Abdul Raheem remembers the day his son was killed at Maafushi Jail, and describes the government's compensatory offer.
Haleem observes that Maldivian prisons remain unreformed since the 2008 democratic elections.
Shameem elaborates on his medical condition post-prison, and declares that brutal prison operations continue in spite of the 2008 change of government.
Shameem describes the years of debilitating torture which left half of his face paralyzed in this first part of his two-part interview.
In the second part of his interview, Asim Hussain describes the many ways in which life in prison, and his experiences of torture, have affected his ability to lead...
Asim Hussain describes his life in prison under former president Maumoon Abdul Gayoom, and details the various tortures inflicted on him.
Ibrahim Imlak describes his experience at Maafushi Jail on the night that Evan Naseem died at the hands of prison guards, and the challenges he has faced...
Ibrahim Anil describes his experiences in prison 1999, and the torture done to him under former president Maumoon Abdul Gayoom, in Part One of his interview.