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A crooked life

Prospect's prisoner was released last June, but for the second time in two years he was unable to resist the pull of London's drug-soaked, criminal underworld
Peter Wayne  

Leaving prison

Last year Prospect's prisoner completed a ten-year sentence. He was back inside 42 days later. Can he do better this time?
Peter Wayne  

The prisoner

I may not be the best advertisement for the proposition that adoption works, but our prisons show that it is better than "care"
Peter Wayne  

The prisoner

This column has been appearing in Prospect for three years. The prison authorities are finally getting cross
Peter Wayne  

The prisoner

The prisoner thought he would prove an excellent defence counsel in his own case. He had not bargained on prison justice
Peter Wayne  

A blue Christmas

In the mid-1980s, fear about Aids swept through Britain's prisons. Prospect's prisoner, who was then in Wandsworth, chronicles the uninhibited sexual encounters of men inside
Peter Wayne  

The prisoner

Many years ago, Prospect's prisoner befriended a moody fellow convict. The convict is now a household name
Peter Wayne  

The prisoner

The prisoner is on the move again. But as he moves south, his friend George moves north to be closer to him
Peter Wayne  

The prisoner

After five months awaiting trial, Prospect's Prisoner is finally sentenced-but he saves his young friend from incarceration
Peter Wayne