Shasta County District Attorney disagrees with Governor's decision to end death penalty

The Shasta County District Attorney's Office is speaking out against the Governor's decision to end the death penalty in California.

Posted: Mar. 14, 2019 11:35 AM
Updated: Mar. 14, 2019 11:35 AM

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debbie the shasta county district attorney's office is also speaking out against the governor's decision. vo shasta county currently has eight inmates sitting on death row. district attorney stephanie bridgett says she stands behind the sentences on every one of those inmates, and she's disappinted in the governor's decision. sot full am not supportive of the decision that he made. i think it's contrary to the will of the people, not only in shasta county, but just statewide. this has gone before the voters, and they have clearly and overwhelmingly said have the death penalty in the state of california. 16 secs vo in tehama county, they only have one inmate on death row, andrew mickel. a jury convicted mickel of killing red bluff police officer dave mobilio
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