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Eric Warner studied law in the prison library and helped other inmates fight for their legal rights, earning him the nickname “Prison Lawyer.” Read and listen to Hank Warner’s touching tribute to his brother on @KQED ’s The California Report Magazine.

The California Correctional Center in Susanville will close by July 2022, officials said, the second such prison closure announced in recent months. The changes have inmates’ attorneys worrying that crowding could eventually again become a problem.​

The California Correctional Center in Susanville will close by July 2022, officials said, the second such prison closure announced in recent months. The changes have inmates’ attorneys worrying that crowding could eventually again become a problem.​

Federal prosecutors have charged three Southern California women with using prison inmates’ names to bilk a state agency out of a combined nearly $1.25 million.

Federal prosecutors said Friday that they have charged three Southern California women with using prison inmates' names to bilk a state agency out of a combined nearly $1.25 million in coronavirus-related unemployment benefits.

Federal prosecutors have charged three Southern California women with using prison inmates’ names to bilk a state agency out of a combined nearly $1.25 million.

Federal prosecutors have charged three Southern California women with using prison inmates' names to bilk a state agency out of a combined nearly $1.25 million in coronavirus-related unemployment benefits.

Charges have been filed against three Southern California women who are accused of defrauding CA's unemployment agency of $1.25 million. They are the latest of 150+ suspects in a massive fraud that used inmates' information to file for unemployment.

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Three Southern California women used prison inmates' names to bilk California out of a combined nearly $1.25 million in coronavirus-related unemployment benefits.

EDD FRAUD: Federal prosecutors say 3 Inland Empire women are behind more than 100 fraudulent claims for unemployment benefits using the personal information of California prison inmates.

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Is there criminal conspiracy in California regarding EDD (state run unemployment benefits)? Right now being told Billions was given away to inmates, fraudsters around the country....and Overseas. This is in less than 1 year. Where is our state leadership?

EDD fraud in California is about to explode. Billions of dollars in fraud and not just money going to inmates.

While California cracks down on folks dining outdoors and policing how many folks come over for Thanksgiving officials somehow missed inmates raking in $1,000,000,000 in unemployment fraud schemes. Don't worry Congress will bail them out.

JUST IN: Gov. Gavin Newsom signs bill to give California inmates the chance to later fight fires professionally

"Of the more than 2,200 inmates at the Chuckawalla Valley State Prison in Blythe California, 827 have tested positive for the coronavirus. That's more than five times the number of inmates who had tested positive at that facility last week"

Breaking: California is granting early release to 3,500 inmates in an effort to reduce crowding as coronavirus infections begin spreading through the state prison system.

"California will stop accepting inmates in state prisons"

2,000 inmates from minimum-security prisons are helping firefighters battle wildfires in California, including 58 youth offenders. They’re paid $1/hour to fight fires.

California inmates learn to code thanks to a program designed to reintegrate prisoners into society: "I won't be coming back to prison"

Inmates are making $1 or less per hour fighting California's massive, deadly wildfires #tictocnews 

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