Marion Wickerd continues her story about her husband Tommy, who is incarcerated at San Quentin State Prison and tested positive with COVID-19 amid the outbreak there. To catch part I, click here.
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In a Hole Somewhere
by @VoicesofSanQuentin, Prison Journalism Project
August 27, 2020