COVID-19 deaths rise at California state hospital

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      By Nadia Lopez . . . A spike in coronavirus-related deaths at a state-run psychiatric hospital in Fresno County has angered and alarmed patients, who
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      Come on man. They aren’t REALLY doing anything to help Mitigate the Spread of This Renegade Virus!!. They want inmates to die! We all know it’s the Damn Truth too!

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      Covid-19 is being used to do some terrible things. They are targeting people, including registrants and inmates, and even their families.

      They’re also targeting people in certain cases where the accused was innocent. Those are the cases that prove the faults of the system, including new laws such as Marsys law or similar”crazy me victims rights” laws being passed which are really just scams based on a “prosecutorial wishlist”.

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