How Do You Prove You’re Innocent If You’re On Death Row? Maurice Chammah, The Marshall Project

I’m a Police Chief. We Need to Change How Officers View Their Guns. Brandon del Pozo, New York Times

The NYPD Kept an Illegal Database of Juvenile Fingerprints for Years Alice Speri, The Intercept

Why Prisoners Get the Doctors No One Else Wants Taylor Elizabeth Eldridge, Type Investigations

How District Attorney Jackie Lacey Failed Los Angeles Jessica Pishko, The Appeal

Georgia executes man for store clerk’s killing in 1994 Jeff Amy, Associated Press

Muslim Survivors Of Domestic Violence Need You To Listen Rowaida Abdelaziz, Huffington Post

Prisoner Risk Algorithm Could Program in Racism Crofton Black, Bureau of Investigative Journalism

A Legacy Of Torture Is Preventing Trials At Guantánamo Sacha Pfeiffer, NPR

Police Don’t Do a Good Job Tracking Hate Crimes. A New Report Calls on Congress to Take Action. Rachel Glickhouse, ProPublica

Tabloid Fuels Collective Anxiety Attack Over Bail Ban (New York) Eli Hager, The Marshall Project

Hundreds languish in Florida prisons under outdated mandatory minimum drug sentences Emily Mahoney, Miami Herald

After 50 years, Dallas’ feisty police copter unit still throttling crime Marc Ramirez, Dallas Morning News

Meet the Gay Comedian Queering True Crime Podcasts Mey Rude, Out Magazine

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