Understanding: Despite being warned of her past and ability to manipulate, after the hours he spent with her Sir Trevor admitted he felt sympathy for Pender, who has been kept in solitary confinement for a record time But a warder explained how Pender was able to manipulate others to get her way.
Talking about the prison officer who helped her, Sergeant Mc Pherson said: 'He was having problems at home and she preyed on that.
'The gayest place on Earth': The Segregation Block at Indiana Women's Prison, where another inmate admitted to Sir Trevor that the loneliness had led her to strike up lesbian relationships with fellow prisoners An inmate is handcuffed before being allowed to leave her cell: Sir Trevor learned from one inmate, Brooke, that pregnant prisoners have to be shackled to the bed whilst they are giving birth to their babies He learned from one inmate, Brooke, that pregnant prisoners have to be shackled to the bed whilst they are in labour.
Speaking later, Sir Trevor added: 'To think, although I never saw it, that there’s a degree of restraint even while people have just given birth, it blows the mind when you think what the norms of life outside are.
During his visits, Sir Trevor also learned about the relationships the inmates strike up with each other.
Armed robber Desiree Hancock told him that she wasn’t a lesbian before she went to prison, but she is now.
He witnessed a world of seduction and manipulation as inmates prey on each other and those who guard them.
The experience, he says, has upset him so deeply that he has vowed never to set foot inside a prison again.