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Life in the Orange County jail featured on new MSNBC documentary

December 31, 2010
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MSNBC aired a new documentary, part of “Lockup” series, called “Wake Up Call”: Orange County, last night, which featured life inside the Orange County Jail.  Here is how they described the program in their press release:

California conjures images of well-manicured neighborhoods and a surfer culture that gave birth to the Beach Boys, and has existed ever since. But blending seamlessly into the heart of one of its busiest neighborhoods is a reminder of the county’s other side. Inside Orange County Jail, confinement takes a dark turn for a light-hearted teenager, but provides a new beginning for an old bank robber. And a mother who has put drugs before her son gets another chance.

You can watch this program, if you missed it, on Dec. 31, at 9 pm, on MSNBC.

 
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4 Responses

  1. Molly

    Would like to see lockup on Paul Rivas.

  2. Sue

    Is it possible to purchase the Lock-up Orange County documentary video?

  3. michael mason

    Yeah!!! Woooohoooo popeye is my uncle!!!!!

  4. loc

    u stupids gonna get hit

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