Look inside California’s San Quentin jail where 725 condemned men wait decades to die

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Date: December 30th, 2015

eastCalifornia – No-one has been executed at San Quentin State Prison in Marin County for almost a decade and a $853,000 death chamber built in 2008 has never been used.

For the first time since a federal judge put a halt to all executions in California in 2006 after ruling the state’s death penalty was unconstitutional, prison officials allowed reporters inside.

There, 725 inmates await a decision on a proposed one-drug execution methods and a vote on whether to scrap the death penalty altogether.

‘We are just left on a shelf, and that’s worse than being executed because you’re just waiting to die,’ Robert Galvan told SFGate.  More

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