CARRIZAL, VENEZUELA - NOVEMBER 15, 2016: Men arrested for stealing talk with visiting journalists at the jail in El Carrizal. The majority of the men had held regular jobs their entire lives, but turned to crime once the economic crisis sharply devalued their salaries, and they could not afford to support their families anymore. Conditions in Venezuelan jails are inhumane. Those detained have to rely on family members to bring them food and water and personal items, but most come from working class families that are struggling to eat because of the economic crisis and skyrocketing food prices in Venezulea - that most cannot spare food to bring to their family members, or pay the bus fare to bring it to them. The men said they are always hungry, and usually only eat one cup or rice or one piece of bread a day each. They showed signs of being undernourished, and claimed to have lost dozens of pounds each since being detained. The jails are overcrowded and the justice system is over capacity for processing cases, causing men in local jails to wait several months, and some several years, before having their case processed.