After three weeks, the hunger strike in California prisons is over, but it reached 6600 inmates at 13 institutions, and some prisoners showed signs of early starvation. But much is still unknown, because reporters were not allowed to talk to the strikers. Federal judges have ruled that state prison conditions violate the Constitutional ban on cruel and unusual punishment. Did settling the hunger strike make things any better? Also, if you get a red-light camera ticket in Los Angeles, throw it away. What about other cities? On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, mass murder in Norway and the spread of multiculturalism.
Banner image: A California Department of Corrections officer speaks to inmates at Chino State Prison. Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images