Having received his release papers from the prison’s management, on an normal Baltic autumn day, Rimantas Muka (31) moved through the gates of Alytus Prison in Lithuania. He bought a kebab and a soda at a nearby kiosk. He just stood there and ate, waiting. Muka thought that the autumn morning was wonderful.
Muka had spent a third of his life behind the bars, stealing, robbing, selling drugs. He thought that this time everything would turn out differently.
For months, he had been clear of drugs. Shortly before coming out he smoked his last cigarette and thre...
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