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Court Orders Release Of 1700 San Quentin Inmates Over COVID-19 Outbreak

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Court Orders Release Of 1700 San Quentin Inmates Over COVID-19 Outbreak

Court Orders Release Of 1700 San Quentin Inmates Over COVID-19 Outbreak

An appeals court in San Francisco has ordered San Quentin to release more than half the inmates.

Others must be transferred.

Betty Yu tells us it's because of how the prison mishandled the pandemic.


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