The Sonoma Gang 

Remembering the genocidal scum who built Arcata

[slideshow-1] In March 1850, the brand-new California Supreme Court, Chief Justice Serranus C. Hastings presiding, issued its first-ever decision. The ruling freed seven men who had recently been charged with arson and murder and instead placed them under a $10,000 bond. The…

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