Gun Violence in America Could Soon Get Worse Mark Follman, Mother Jones

Meet the Oath Keeper on the NRA’s Board of Directors Tim Dickinson, Rolling Stone

How Trump steered America’s police straight into the Oath Keepers Frank Figliuzzi, MSNBC

LAPD ended predictive policing programs amid public outcry. A new effort shares many of their flaws Johana Bhuiyan, The Guardian

Police Watchdog Calls for Full Access to Body Cam Footage. The NYPD Says No. Eric Umansky, ProPublica

‘Re-Fund the Police’? Why It Might Not Reduce Crime. Shaila Dewan, New York Times

There Are Only Two City-Funded Violence Prevention Sites Tackling Surging Violence in Upper Manhattan Chip Brownlee, The Trace

Two men with long criminal histories got caught for stealing bikes. What should SF do about them? Rachel Swan, San Francisco Chronicle

Black Lives Matter Protesters Are Facing Felony Charges a Year After Uprisings Iveliz Orellano, Teen Vogue

The cop and the progressive DA: New York City needs to worry about how Eric Adams and Alvin Bragg will work together, or not John Ketcham, New York Daily News

After GOP Sweep, Virginia’s AG-Elect Takes Aim at Reform Prosecutors Rory Fleming, Filter Magazine

Criminal Justice Reform ‘Will Save Democracy’: Krasner The Crime Report

The Supreme Court must decide if it loves religious liberty more than the death penalty Ian Millhiser, Vox

Supreme Court considers a minister’s role at the time an inmate is put to death Robert Barnes, Washington Post

Solitary confinement, says Angela Davis, is torture. Illinois has a chance to restrict its use. Angela Y. Davis, Chicago Tribune

In an overcrowded justice system, mental health diversions work Editorial Board, Newark Star-Ledger

End Mandatory Minimums Alison Siegler, Brennan Center for Justice

Why New York Is Closing 6 Prisons Luis Ferré-Sadurní, New York Times

New York City Models ‘Post-Mass Incarceration’ Future: Jail Chief Stephen Handelman, The Crime Report

Do Prisons Deserve a Second Chance? Zach Mortice, Bloomberg CityLab

Lecrae’s Rap Contest Was Meant to Lift Up the Incarcerated. Did It Help Exploit Them Instead? Tana Ganeva, Rolling Stone

The Mystery of Patricia Highsmith’s Diaries Benjamin Kunkel, New Republic

A George Floyd Field Trip Zach Helfand, The New Yorker

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