Under the Corrections Act, everyone in custody is entitled to exercise, bedding, a proper diet, one private visitor a week, a legal adviser, medical treatment, healthcare, mail, and telephone calls. But there are exceptions. Entitlements can be withheld for various reasons including being segregated or in protective custody, health and safety, and because it's not practicable. "He's under constant observation and isolation. He doesn't get the usual minimum entitlements. So no phone calls and no visits," said the source. Among Corrections staff concerns is if he is found guilty and sentenced to a lengthy prison term and his security classification drops on account of good behaviour, "There is nothing we can do about it, that's our system." Paremoremo has the highest number of Māori and Pacific Island staff in the country. The prisoner will be dealt with by officers of different ethnic origins, he said. https://www.smh.com.au/world/oceani...al-complaint-from-prison-20190331-p519cj.html 50% of the prisoners are Maori, 33% are Europeans and the remainder are Pacific Islanders. Then there's the prison staff - the majority being Maori or Pacific Islanders. I imagine this prison is the last place a white supremacist would wish to be incarcerated. If he behaves and his security level drops, he won't be segregated like he is now and he'll have a massive target on his back. That's when he'll learn the true meaning of fear and he'll have to live with it for the rest of his life. Karma.