I am Nancy Mullane. I was given unprecedented access to interview the 722 prisoners on CA Death Rows at San Quentin. The Prison says that was it. No other reporter will be allowed on Death Row again in the foreseeable future. AMA!
I am the only reporter in a decade permitted inside San Quentin's three death rows, and I am the only reporter in history allowed inside the Cell Block of Charlie Manson.
I am a journalist who has been reporting on CA prisons for seven years.
In 2012, I wrote a book called Life After Murder, which tells the stories of five men who committed murder and who they become 20 years after their crimes. My work was featured on This American Life.
Presently, I am the co-founder and executive producer for Life of the Law, a podcast that takes a 360 degree view of our legal system. Check us out here online and on Facebook!
I am happy to answer questions about my time at San Quentin, what it's like building a podcast from the ground up, my life as a journalist/writer, and anything else you all are curious about!
I'll start at 1pm EST.
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Edit: 5:38pm EST, and I'm still answering questions!
Edit #2: I've been on for six hours -- turning in for the night. Thanks for the great questions everyone!