sepcon
 n.— «But screws frisked Parny, and our letters—sealed in envelopes addressed to the ombudsman, which should have rendered them untouchable—were opened and never made it outside the prison walls. As punishment for our audacity, Annum and I ended up in “Sepcon”—separate confinement.» —“Prison guard: ‘You activists get what you deserve’” by Rob Inder-Smith Green Left Online (New South Wales, Australia) May 4, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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