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Birdmen of Pollsmoor

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17 February 2006, Pollsmoor Prison a penal complex where former president Nelson Mandela was housed during the apartheid era introduced a unique rehabilitation programme hardened criminals have been given newly hatched birds to hand rear. Deputy director of prisons and chairman of the jail's parole board, Wikus Gresse got the idea after watching the movie Birdman of Alcatraz, based on a true story, in which a double murderer finds spiritual freedom by nursing tiny birds in his cell.

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17 February 2006, Pollsmoor Prison a penal complex where former president Nelson Mandela was housed during the apartheid era introduced a unique rehabilitation programme hardened criminals have been given newly hatched birds to hand rear. Deputy director of prisons and chairman of the jail's parole board, Wikus Gresse got the idea after watching the movie Birdman of Alcatraz, based on a true story, in which a double murderer finds spiritual freedom by nursing tiny birds in his cell.

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17 February 2006, Pollsmoor Prison a penal complex where former president Nelson Mandela was housed during the apartheid era introduced a unique rehabilitation programme hardened criminals have been given newly hatched birds to hand rear. Deputy director of prisons and chairman of the jail's parole board, Wikus Gresse got the idea after watching the movie Birdman of Alcatraz, based on a true story, in which a double murderer finds spiritual freedom by nursing tiny birds in his cell.

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17 February 2006, Pollsmoor Prison a penal complex where former president Nelson Mandela was housed during the apartheid era introduced a unique rehabilitation programme hardened criminals have been given newly hatched birds to hand rear. Deputy director of prisons and chairman of the jail's parole board, Wikus Gresse got the idea after watching the movie Birdman of Alcatraz, based on a true story, in which a double murderer finds spiritual freedom by nursing tiny birds in his cell.

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17 February 2006, Pollsmoor Prison a penal complex where former president Nelson Mandela was housed during the apartheid era introduced a unique rehabilitation programme hardened criminals have been given newly hatched birds to hand rear. Deputy director of prisons and chairman of the jail's parole board, Wikus Gresse got the idea after watching the movie Birdman of Alcatraz, based on a true story, in which a double murderer finds spiritual freedom by nursing tiny birds in his cell.

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17 February 2006, Pollsmoor Prison a penal complex where former president Nelson Mandela was housed during the apartheid era introduced a unique rehabilitation programme hardened criminals have been given newly hatched birds to hand rear. Deputy director of prisons and chairman of the jail's parole board, Wikus Gresse got the idea after watching the movie Birdman of Alcatraz, based on a true story, in which a double murderer finds spiritual freedom by nursing tiny birds in his cell.

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17 February 2006, Pollsmoor Prison a penal complex where former president Nelson Mandela was housed during the apartheid era introduced a unique rehabilitation programme hardened criminals have been given newly hatched birds to hand rear. Deputy director of prisons and chairman of the jail's parole board, Wikus Gresse got the idea after watching the movie Birdman of Alcatraz, based on a true story, in which a double murderer finds spiritual freedom by nursing tiny birds in his cell.

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17 February 2006, Pollsmoor Prison a penal complex where former president Nelson Mandela was housed during the apartheid era introduced a unique rehabilitation programme hardened criminals have been given newly hatched birds to hand rear. Deputy director of prisons and chairman of the jail's parole board, Wikus Gresse got the idea after watching the movie Birdman of Alcatraz, based on a true story, in which a double murderer finds spiritual freedom by nursing tiny birds in his cell.

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17 February 2006, Pollsmoor Prison a penal complex where former president Nelson Mandela was housed during the apartheid era introduced a unique rehabilitation programme hardened criminals have been given newly hatched birds to hand rear. Deputy director of prisons and chairman of the jail's parole board, Wikus Gresse got the idea after watching the movie Birdman of Alcatraz, based on a true story, in which a double murderer finds spiritual freedom by nursing tiny birds in his cell.

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17 February 2006, Pollsmoor Prison a penal complex where former president Nelson Mandela was housed during the apartheid era introduced a unique rehabilitation programme hardened criminals have been given newly hatched birds to hand rear. Deputy director of prisons and chairman of the jail's parole board, Wikus Gresse got the idea after watching the movie Birdman of Alcatraz, based on a true story, in which a double murderer finds spiritual freedom by nursing tiny birds in his cell.