I awoke one morning to find that I had been put into a prison. It was not that I had been placed there, rather one had been built around me. I went on my morning walk to inquire what my crime had been, and encountered a policeman in clean, sharp uniform. I was told that there was no crime, but that necessary precautions were taken and a lengthy speech about the importance of civil liberties. The words were enough to take my mind off of the prison for a while. When I read that out side of our walls raids had taken place in which people were handcuffed for “Intent to cause a riot”, and then released. One of those detained was four years old. I wonder if they had the same chat about civil liberties that we have inside the walls.