Mike Rinder on "The Hole," Indoctrination, Confessions, and His Ultimate Escape - 2012-04-04

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F11.png Mike Rinder on "The Hole," Indoctrination, Confessions, and His Ultimate Escape April 4, 2012, Tony Ortega, Runnin' Scared, Village Voice

"These were your friends, people you had traveled with," Rinder says. "But then, you get in the Hole? You can't trust anybody."

The forced confessions pitted friends against each other. And the conditions only made it worse. "Everyone sleeping with only about six inches on either side. Above you. Below you. Getting up in the middle of the night, you'd disturb everyone," Rinder says, and more than once compares it to the madness of Lord of the Flies...


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