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May 10, 2010 12:00 AM

California prison behavior units aim to control troublesome inmates

Standing over a small metal sink, a prisoner pours water over his head and face. It's usually the only way to bathe, and offers a brief respite from staring at barren, pockmarked walls in a tiny cell.

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