PAINFUL MEMORIES: They allowed us to visit him whenever he was warded. On my first trip, I couldn't recognise him. His hair had grown long, he had a beard and was much thinner. He was wearing the same clothes he had been taken in. These were in tatters. - MR K. NADARAJAH (above), on his father, who was held at Outram Jail and badly beaten by the Japanese during WWII.