California Locks Down Black Inmates During Probe

Print More,1,3514704.story?coll=la-headlines-california Corcoran State Prison in California has locked 1,300 black inmates in their cells with limited privileges during an investigation into whether incarcerated members of the Crips street gang are conspiring to attack staffers in retaliation for the anticipated execution of the gang’s co-founder, the Los Angeles Times says. Stanley “Tookie” Williams, 49, has been
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