Interviews with a Sicilian hitman continued: They arrested me for bag snatching. I was fourteen years old, the first arrest I ever had. This first time in prison I did not feel angry or think it was unjust: I felt like a fish out of water, that is: I found myself in an unknown environment. We were on the same floor in the adult prison, so we gave each other courage, we strengthened each other… However, at the time we were also hungry! In prison in 1968, everyone was hungry! We weren’t sharing a cell with adults, but we hung out with the grown men, we talked to each other. Twenty-two hours out of twenty-four we were locked up in a cell: two sandwiches, two pieces of bread and some soup, at fourteen years of age, for three and a half months. They didn’t allow us to listen to the radio; the newspaper was cut up; we got one pack of cigarettes per week!