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Web Exclusive: Death row inmate prepares for Prop 34 outcome
William (Mike) Dennis has been on San Quentin's death row for 24 years, and on North Segregation for 17 years. He spoke with KALW’s Nancy Mullane on Monday, November 5 by phone about the climate inside the prison, as inmates anticipate the outcome of tomorrow’s vote on Proposition 34.
The CDCR has not told the inmates on Death Row what will happen if it passes, Dennis says. There are men on his tier who have exhausted all of their appeals and they will be relieved if the Proposition does pass, Dennis adds.
Click the audio player above to listen to the complete conversation.
Tune into Crosscurrents today at 5pm on 91.7FM for the next installment of Nancy Mullane's series on reporting from inside California's most restricted state prisons.