Ca. Prison System Slammed; Court Takeover Ahead?

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A pervasive “code of silence” in California’s prison system protects rogue guards, corrupts recruits, and is condoned by officials who “neither understand nor care about the need for fair investigations,” charges a monitor’s report to a federal judge, says the Los Angeles Times. At the top of the state corrections department, with a $5.3 billion
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