700 Moroccan Prisoners Escape
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Close to 700 Prisoners of the Utita prison, about 60 miles east of the Moroccan capital of Rabat, escaped on May 22, 1993. The escape took place after the prisoners rioted and burned down virtually the entire prison. The 1,600 prisoners rioted when one of the guards brutally beat a prisoner.