Major Development in Pelican Bay Solitary Confinement Case

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Back in 2011, a hunger strike by inmates at Pelican Bay State Prison exposed harsh conditions at special security units. The action fueled a major federal lawsuit alleging some inmates had been held in solitary confinement for decades. We look at a major development in the case.


Michael Montgomery, reporter for Reveal at the Center for Investigative Reporting

Charles Carbone, attorney with California Prison Focus