- Now I was in awe, pure simple awe. The cells were nothing like I thought they’d be. I had pictured old bars and cement walls, you know, cells. This was way more than that. It was high-tech heaven for starters and just plain cool.
- It was underground, so there were no windows anywhere and the security would make the Royal Mint weep with joy if they had anything close to the system here. If you didn’t have the right handprint, not just thumb or finger the whole hand, you went nowhere.
- Most of the area’s I’d seen when we first arrived were clear walled rooms, like Plexiglas. There was only one door, which I had to assume was a bathroom for the unfortunate ones being held in the cell. Each cell had cameras aimed at it from all angles, it seemed redundant considering the cells were completely transparent, but then again, I just caught criminals I didn’t study them.