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As COVID-19 spread in a Texas jail, an activist and a sheriff formed an unlikely alliance
Tyler, Texas
   
 
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With her 4-year-old in the back seat, Dalila Reynoso parked between a gun store and a bail bond agency in downtown Tyler, Texas, peering through the window at the Smith County Jail. When she saw a deputy without a mask on, she snapped a photo. When she saw another fail to wipe down his vehicle, she jotted it down in her notebook.

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