On the 18th of April, 1983, he was transferred from the Winnipeg Remand Centre to Stony Mountain Penitentiary. He remained in that facility until July 25th of 1983. For that entire period, he was kept in segregation. This meant that he was in a cell that measured 5.5 feet by 10 feet for 23 hours a day, every day. No doubt this was done for his own protection. Yet the conditions were harsh and for some 97 days he lived a most difficult life. Indeed, during the one hour when he was let out of his cell for exercise and a shower there was no allotted place of exercise. He obtained his exercise outside in a narrow courtyard alone, apart from prison guards.