Statement by prisoner H.I. Butman to the Chief of the Perm Administration of Corrective Labor Establishment (ITK-35)

Butman, Hullel
July 1977
National Review;7/22/1977, Vol. 29 Issue 28, p822
The article presents the letter of prisoner Hillel I. Butman to the chief of the Perm Administration of Corrective Labor Establishments, Soviet Union. Butman, who used a literary approach for the letter, wrote it in the warden's point of view. It describes the prison camp, the treatment of the prisoners, and the refusal of prison officials to grant rights offered by Soviet laws.


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