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45 Years After - Historian Names Attica Prison Riot Shooters

Prisoners lay face down in the mud after state police regained control following the Attica prison riot in Attica, New York, Sept. 1971. ALBANY, New York - Almost 45 years after America's bloodiest prison rebellion, a historian's new account names troopers and Attica prison guards that investigators believed fatally shot hostages and many unarmed inmates. Heather Ann Thompson also writes that authorities knew hostages would die, and details Gov. Nelson Rockefeller's secret efforts afterward to establish an acceptable narrative of what happened. Rockefeller ordered the retaking of the maximum-security prison in western New York on Sept.
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