How Arizona’s Prison Hostage Crisis Began

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The longest prison hostage standoff in U.S. history began Jan. 18 with inmates Ricky Wassenaar and Steven Coy rampaging at the Arizona State Prison Complex-Lewis for more than an hour before any alarm was sounded, say documents obtained by The Arizona Republic. By the time the first alarm was sounded, the convicts had taken five
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