Prison strike leaders are in solitary but not alone
by Paige St. JohnLos Angeles Times
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PELICAN BAY STATE PRISON, Calif. — Inside the concrete labyrinth of California’s highest-security prison, an inmate covered in neo-Nazi tattoos and locked in solitary confinement has spearheaded the largest prison protest in California history.
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