Gabriel Lopez

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Roofer and professional fighter

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A number of inmates at LA jails endured unnecessarily long stays during the pandemic.

How lockdowns can upend due process and spread COVID among LA inmates

A number of inmates at LA jails endured unnecessarily long stays during the pandemic.

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