Natasha Minsker

ACLU of California

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Death Penalty Policy Director for the ACLU of California

Natasha Minsker on KCRW

Since capital punishment was reinstated in 1976, thirteen condemned inmates have been executed in California. At least 56 have died from illness, suicide or natural causes.

Can California Still Afford the Capital Punishment?

Since capital punishment was reinstated in 1976, thirteen condemned inmates have been executed in California. At least 56 have died from illness, suicide or natural causes.

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