NAACP California-Hawaii President Alice Huffman, speaks before delivering over 50,000 signed clemency petitions to Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to save Death Row inmate Stanley “Tookie” William, Tuesday Dec. 5, 2005. Huffman is among plaintiffs in a suit seeking “multimillions” after suffering from a norovirus outbreak in 2014.
NAACP California-Hawaii President Alice Huffman, speaks before delivering over 50,000 signed clemency petitions to Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to save Death Row inmate Stanley “Tookie” William, Tuesday Dec. 5, 2005. Huffman is among plaintiffs in a suit seeking “multimillions” after suffering from a norovirus outbreak in 2014. Brian Baer Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
NAACP California-Hawaii President Alice Huffman, speaks before delivering over 50,000 signed clemency petitions to Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to save Death Row inmate Stanley “Tookie” William, Tuesday Dec. 5, 2005. Huffman is among plaintiffs in a suit seeking “multimillions” after suffering from a norovirus outbreak in 2014. Brian Baer Sacramento Bee Staff Photo