A Rare Look Inside California’s Lonely, Crowded Death Row

It's both a lonely and crowded world inside the nation’s largest death row, where hundreds of condemned inmates, stripped of nearly every freedom, wait around to die. For the more than 700 of the most notorious killers warehoused alone in cells in San Quentin State Prison near San Francisco, death likely won't come at the
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