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California told to open parole files for 2 men accused of slayings
California told to open parole files for 2 men accused of slayings

A Sacramento County judge on Friday said he did not buy the state's argument that how parole agents monitor sex offenders is confidential, and directed lawyers to prepare to release portions of the supervision files of two men accused of killing four women. The state's argument that parolees enjoy privacy rights is the same one California made four years ago in attempting to seal the supervision records of Phillip Garrido, a paroled sex offender who kidnapped Jaycee Dugard and held her captive for 18 years. The state lost that case and was forced to release the files. The two parolees in the current case -- a Los Angeles Times lawsuit against the California Department of...

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