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Oldest Death Row inmate dies  State Prison's oldest Death Row inmate, 79-year-old Raymond Frederick Johns, has died of natural causes New acting warden
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Execution delayed
Cooper challenges lethal injection  Condemned inmate, scheduled to die for the 1983 slaying of 4 people, challenged California's method of execution Prison, protesters ready for execution


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Feb.8  
  State Prison officials are gearing up for first execution in 2 years, putting restrictions on inmates and curbing visitors
Feb.9  
  A federal appeals court agreed to reconsider the case of death row inmate Kevin Cooper


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May 2004 ... more > Top ^
May.10  
  Jill Brown was named after the former warden, Jeanne Woodford, was promoted to director of the Department of Corrections


November 2004 ... more > Top ^
Nov.6   New warden appointed
  Schwarzenegger appointed Jill Brown, 54, of Marin, after 20 years experience within the dept. of corrections


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Dec.29   Death row inmate dies from cancer
  Hells Angel motorcyclist Robert Garceau spent more than 17 years on death row for killing his girlfriend and her son




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