The Most Dangerous Place in Alameda County 

A "barbaric" litany of horrors from Santa Rita, "the best big jail in the nation."

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"They're doing whatever they want to do and Santa Rita needs to be stopped," she said. "And I'm going to stop them. They're going to wish they had never heard from me."

Doss and St. Louis's family appeared together in a small protest outside Santa Rita in August, where she asked jailers to "give me some answers to my questions. They couldn't answer me. I asked them what was their protocol; they couldn't give me that either."

Speaking through a megaphone to the group, she turned, faced the jail, and yelled. "I need you to give me answers, us answers, you hear?"

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