Six California death row inmates died between 2010 and 2015 with detectable levels of methamphetamines, heroin metabolites or other drugs in their system, according to Marin County coroner records, the Los Angeles Times reports. The 747 death row inmates are among the most closely monitored in the state, spending most of their time locked down, isolated from the rest of the prison . . .
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