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Calif.'s probe into prison deaths ends up uncovering $8 billion in untracked state money

Three county sheriff offices cannot properly account for these funds: Fresno, Alameda and Los Angeles


By Aldon Thomas Stiles | California Black Media

What started out as an investigation into inmate deaths in some of California's county jails led to an audit that uncovered severe overcrowding, a lack of mental health resources and $8 billion in state funds for which three county sheriff offices cannot properly account for these funds: Fresno, Alameda and Los Angeles.