Why didn’t the FBI see the Capitol siege coming? Jason Paladino, Grid

Seditious Conspiracy: What to Make of the Latest Oath Keepers Indictment Scott R. Anderson, Quinta Jurecic, Rohini Kurup, Natalie K. Orpett, and Alan Z. Rozenshtein, Lawfare

She helped her husband start a far-right militia group. Now the Oath Keeper’s wife has regrets Del Quentin Wilber, Los Angeles Times

The rare sedition charge filed against Oath Keepers was used before – against Puerto Rican nationalists María Luisa Paúl, Washington Post

The dangerous incentive in a new domestic terror unit Jonathan Blanks, The Week

Examining the Spike in Murders German Lopez, New York Times

Cure Violence appears to bring down St. Louis’ still-high homicide numbers Rachel Lippmann, St. Louis Public Radio

The Violence Interrupter in the Mayor’s Office (2021) J. Brian Charles, The Trace

Eric Adams Ran on Making New York Safer. A Subway Killing Poses a Test. Katie Glueck, New York Times

Can Adams Rebuild, and Rein In, a Notorious NYPD Unit? Troy Closson, New York Times

Police Departments Are Making Their Own “Cops” Videos Counteracting Police Brutality Depicted On Social Media Ema O’Connor, BuzzFeed News

Sheriff AJ Louderback Is a Fox News Staple. Now He’s Running for Congress. Michael Hardy, Texas Monthly

After more than six years of federal oversight, dangerous problems persist in LA County jails Jaclyn Cosgrove, Los Angeles Times

Detainees Sue Arkansas Jail That Gave Them Ivermectin to Treat Covid Eduardo Medina, New York Times

Roughly 1 in 8 Florida prisoners is in solitary confinement, advocates say Natalie Weber, Tampa Bay Times

A Call To Reform Solitary Confinement In Our Nation’s Federal Prisons Ilanit Turner and Noelle Collins, WitnessLA

A new Bureau of Prisons director gives administration a chance to live up to promises Corene Kendrick, The Hill

What It’s Like to Leave Prison During a Pandemic (2021) Hannah Yoon and David Gonzalez, New York Times

Reducing the prison population saved lives. Now let’s invest in those lives Editorial Board, Newark Star-Ledger

The Journalist Advocate Tony Messenger, Inquest

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