California Prisons Still Troubled, Under Inquiries

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With prison scandals in California includings stories of guards’ setting up inmates in human cockfights and shooting them dead, the state corrections department vowed to reform five years ago, says the Los Angeles Times. Whistle-blowers would be protected, not punished; internal investigators would be encouraged to pursue abusive guards; the correctional officers union no longer
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