Eugene de Kock, commanding officer of apartheid death squads, is
currently serving 212 years in prison for crimes against humanity.
He was denied amnesty, while many of his former comrades in murder
walk free. As this title opens, in an act of multilayered symbolism
and extraordinary psychological courage, Gobodo-Madikizela enters
Pretoria's maximum security prison to meet the man many know as
"Prime Evil." What follows is a journey into what it means to be
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