A PRAYER BEFORE DAWN: My Nightmare in Thailand's Prisons
The first time Billy Moore walked into his cell packed with 70 prisoners, the floor resembled a mass grave. That night he slept next to a dead man and it wouldn't be the last time. This is the story of one man's survival amid inhumane circumstances and, most importantly, his redemption. Photos.
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