Renowned journalist Jyotirmoy Dey-fondly known as J Dey-was murdered by members of the Chhota Rajan gang in 2011. A few months later, a fellow journalist and crime reporter Jigna Vora was arrested in connection with the murder. Seven years later, some of which were spent in prison, Jigna was acquitted of all charges. This is her story in her own words, of the time in prison, the court hearings and her years as a crime reporter of breaking many frontpage stories. Jigna's work brought her in contact with people like Himanshu Roy, the former ADGP of Maharashtra, while her time in jail put her in the company of inmates such as Pragya Thakur. She traces the intricate web of power dynamics that govern the inmates of a prison and what it takes to survive behind bars.