At the Zacatecoluca prison, inmates said they hadn’t had any visitors in years.
(Family visits are prohibited by law at maximum-security prisons.)
Some said they hadn’t seen the sun in months as they huddled in the dark, humid cells.
Several prisons in El Salvador are overflowing with over 600 percent capacity.

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