Justice for Ahmaud Arbery Jelani Cobb, The New Yorker

Guilty, Guilty, Guilty Charles M. Blow, New York Times

Ahmaud Arbery’s Murderers Now Face Life in Prison Nicole Lewis and Jeremy Stahl, Slate

How a Prosecutor Addressed a Mostly White Jury and Won a Conviction in the Arbery Case Richard Fausset, New York Times

The Legal Uses of Blackness Zak Cheney-Rice, New York Magazine

Justice prevailed in the trial of Ahmaud Arbery’s killers. In America, that’s a shock Moustafa Bayoumi, The Guardian

The System Only Worked Because It Was Pushed Adam Serwer, The Atlantic

The uncomfortable truths hidden inside the Ahmaud Arbery verdict Brakkton Booker, Politico

What History Tells Us About Protest in an Era of Vigilante Violence Dana R. Fisher, Slate

How Vigilantism Furthers Racist Policing Toella Pliakas, Teen Vogue

After Murders ‘Doubled Overnight,’ the NYPD Is Solving Fewer Cases Ali Watkins, New York Times

With federal oversight in short supply, state AGs step in to probe troubled police Kimberly Kindy, Washington Post

88 people with convictions tied to a corrupt Chicago cop are hoping for a mass exoneration Chip Mitchell, WBEZ

Dontae Sharp was exonerated after 24 years in prison. That was not the end of his ordeal Ed Pilkington, The Guardian

Kevin Strickland Comes Home After 43 Years Behind Bars for a Crime He Didn’t Commit Jordan Smith, The Intercept

What Does the Recent Set of Exonerations Tell Us About the Criminal Justice System? Austin Sarat and Rose Mroczka, Slate

‘Black and Missing’ attempts a much-needed reform of true-crime storytelling. It mostly succeeds. Inkoo Kang, Washington Post

Believe Her Turns All the Troubling True Crime Tropes Upside Down Gabrielle Bruney, Jezebel

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