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Movies SAN QUENTIN PRISON to Become REHAB Center

San Quentin Prison to Become Rehabilitation Center

California to Transform San Quentin Prison Into Center Emphasizing Inmate Rehab

Gov. Gavin Newsom announces plans for facility that was known for its death row


MARIN COUNTY, Calif.—California aims to turn San Quentin State Prison, one of the country’s oldest penal facilities, into a Scandinavian-style center for inmate rehabilitation that it hopes will become a new model for incarceration in America.

Gov. Gavin Newsom said Thursday the storied institution, built in 1852 on the shores of San Francisco Bay, will be renamed the San Quentin Rehabilitation Center and converted to focus on providing educational programs and other help for inmates making the transition back into society.

“California is transforming San Quentin—the state’s most notorious prison with a dark past—into the nation’s most innovative rehabilitation facility focused on building a brighter and safer future,” the Democratic governor said.

California Gov. Gavin Newsom said the state thought about closing San Quentin for cost reasons, but decided against it because the prison already was a leader in rehabilitation.

The idea represents a sharp turn from San Quentin’s harsh history. Resembling a medieval castle, the prison has housed some of the country’s most feared criminals and serial killers, from Manson Family cult leader Charles Manson to “Night Stalker” Richard Ramirez to “Freeway Killer” William Bonin.

In its death row, the largest in the U.S., 421 prisoners have been executed—215 by hanging and the rest by gas and lethal injection, including the Crips street gang co-founder Stanley Tookie Williams III, who was put to death in 2005. One of the institution’s bloodiest days took place on Aug. 21, 1971, when six men—three inmates and three guards—died in a prison riot.

Along the way, the prison has gained cultural significance—as the setting for the Jack London novel “The Star Rover,” about a former professor serving a life sentence, and a concert by the country singer Johnny Cash. That performance made an impression on a future country star, Merle Haggard, who was serving time following a conviction for armed robbery.

Death-penalty opponents outside San Quentin shortly before Crips street gang co-founder Stanley Tookie Williams III was executed in 2005.

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