California Corrections Chief Resigns Under Fire

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California Corrections Director Edward Alameida, Jr., has resigned for “personal reasons,” the Los Angeles Times reports. He had headed the nation’s largest state prison system for two years. Critics have accused Alameida of blocking investigations into allegedly abusive guards and allowing the corrections officers union to dictate policy. Alameida, 54, had said he had hoped
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