Caged 

From the grim, crowded cells of Pelican Bay, prisoners speak by refusing to eat

A small group of reporters was shuffling through the concrete tunnels of Pelican Bay State Prison, following Public Information Officer Chris Acosta like curious goslings. Notebooks and cameras in hand, they peered this way and that, scribbling down little details -- ooh,…

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