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Some prisoners told Ars that despite the cellphone ban, phones do show up on the inside.

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CN.dart.call(“xrailTop”, {sz:”300×250″, kws:[], collapse: true});Usually cameras are not allowed inside San Quentin State Prison, but for a special media event such as the one held on Thursday, an exception was made. Reporters were treated to about two hours inside the prison and got a chance to meet and interact with inmates one-on-one.
Ars hopes to return to San Quentin in the coming weeks to see how they have progressed in their coding classes.
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