“They took us to Jasenovac. When we went to Jasenovac, all over was people. All kind, skinny, kind of beat up or sick, all kinds of young kids. Everywhere you look was people but really bad looks. Some belong, holding to it, near the wall, some of them in barracks. Then we went over there and they put us in one big barrack. In there was people, men were everywhere on the floor. In the corner was what they used for going to bathroom. All night, I go there. I was so scared I have diarrhea, all night I was there going and crying. In the morning, before the light, they are going to work those guys.”