Joseph Duran’s prisoner identification from September 2003. Ten years after the identification was issued, Duran who suffered from mental illness and had a tracheostomy, died a day after he was pepper-sprayed at Mule Creek State Prison and two weeks later was cremated without his family knowing of his fate.
Joseph Duran’s prisoner identification from September 2003. Ten years after the identification was issued, Duran who suffered from mental illness and had a tracheostomy, died a day after he was pepper-sprayed at Mule Creek State Prison and two weeks later was cremated without his family knowing of his fate. The Sacramento Bee
Joseph Duran’s prisoner identification from September 2003. Ten years after the identification was issued, Duran who suffered from mental illness and had a tracheostomy, died a day after he was pepper-sprayed at Mule Creek State Prison and two weeks later was cremated without his family knowing of his fate. The Sacramento Bee

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