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'Tornado' riots teams have taken back control of a prison after two wings were taken over by furious inmates who had gone weeks without a shower or change of clothes, an expert has revealed.
Specially-trained officers were dispatched to HMP The Mount, in Hertfordshire, where some prisoners have been shut inside their cells non-stop for more than a fortnight.
But a Ministry of Justice spokesman said the incident had been 'resolved'.
Prison expert Alex Cavendish - who predicted the riots on social media just two days earlier - told Mail Online that prisoners have been subjected to squalid conditions because the jail is currently 47 officers short.'A lot of the prisoners at the Mount are within the last year of their sentence, so the situation in there must be pretty desperate for those with an imminent releases on the cards to behaving like this,' he said.'For the last two weeks there has been almost total lockdown, except for guards bringing cold food to their cells twice a day.'Some of these prisoners may not have been able to take a shower for three weeks.
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He added: 'You cannot just get these people off the shelves.
They are focusing on people who are physically fit and don't have a criminal record, that's about it.'But these young officers are coming in with just basic training and no experience, and they may not be able to deal with situations in a way that a more experienced officer could.'We saw recently in Aylesbury eight prison officers being taken to hospital.
The clip showed him brazenly bragging about his prison life, in which he claims he makes a steady income selling spice to inmates, and enjoys meals of steak and cheesecake washed down with bootleg booze.With its rural location and spacious terrace, The Battle Axes pub is ideal for al fresco summer eating, whilst inside diners and drinkers will find plenty of period charm, including exposed beams, open fires and cosy nooks and crannies, the perfect backdrop to a romantic evening meal.Visit any day of the week and enjoy a tantalising menu of delicious pub food, including traditional Sunday roasts and seasonal dishes, complemented by a fine wines and hand-pulled real ales. The Battle Axes pub’s history is intertwined with that of the Aldenham House Estate, and can be traced back to 1840, when it was known as The Wrestlers.In 2015, inmates at the prison filmed themselves throwing parties, drinking alcohol and taking drugs while behind bars.
A video emerged in March showing a lag boasting from his cell about his cushy life, where he dines on steak dinners and makes more money than he did on the outside by selling designer drug 'spice'.The Mount's H Wing and L Wing, which house 110 and 117 inmates respectively, have both been taken over by prisoners, with ambulance crews now also on the scene.