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Dead Men Talking

18 years ago by Susy Buchanan
Inmates on the Internet are a problem Gary Phelps would rather not have to deal with. The state Department of Corrections official was quite happy when House Bill 2376 was passed two years ago. Inmates were already banned from direct Internet access, but the new statute prohibits third parties from...
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Custody Battle

22 years ago by Chris Farnsworth
You'd think the one place a person would be safe would be locked inside a prison cell. You'd be wrong. In 1996, a team of lawyers brought a class-action suit against the Arizona Department of Corrections on behalf of 274 inmates in protective segregation. DOC wanted to move those inmates...
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In the Crosshairs

16 years ago by John Dougherty
Linda Saville leans across the table in a downtown Phoenix restaurant and recites the pledge she made at the moment her brother was acquitted of conspiring to kill Sheriff Joe Arpaio. "I swore I was not going to let this happen to someone else," she said about that fateful Friday...
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Townsel-ectomy

24 years ago by Lisa Davis
The intersection of Seventh Street and Southern Avenue in South Phoenix is busy at dusk. Drivers race to get home to dinner and leave the problems of the workday behind. This particular Wednesday in February is no different, except for the cars filling the lot at the headquarters of the...

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