California’s Move to Release 76,000 Prisoners Early Sparks Concern | Gary GI Wilson & Gene James

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Published on 11 May 2021, 21:54
The potential release of 76,000 inmates from California state prisons is sparking concerns up and down the state.

Two criminal justice professors at Palomar College—Colonel Gary “GI” Wilson, a retired Marine with over 30 years of military service, and Gene James, San Clemente City councilman, 20-year Army veteran, and former leader of Crime Stoppers of San Diego County—discuss the prison reform in California.

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