The Emerging Plot to Defend Trump’s Next Coup Jason Linkins, New Republic

‘Quick Reaction Forces’ And The Lingering Mysteries Of The Plot Against The Capitol Ryan J. Reilly, HuffPost

What the January 6th Papers Reveal Amy Davidson Sorkin, The New Yorker

Is Biden Ignoring a Key Tool to Combat Violent Extremists? Suzanne Smalley, Politico

Jury selection begins in federal hate crimes trial for Ahmaud Arbery’s killers Raisa Habersham, USA Today

The hate crimes trial of Ahmaud Arbery’s murderers will put racism in the spotlight Jamil Smith, Vox

Black communities are most victimized by gun violence. Too often it’s assumed we are to blame Gregory Jackson Jr., The Guardian

The Risks of Overselling Violence Interruption Errol Louis, New York Magazine

Want to fight crime? Take on the gun lobby. EJ Dionne Jr., Washington Post

As violent crime leaps, liberal cities rethink cutting police budgets The Economist

How Democrats went from defund to refund the police Alex Seitz-Wald, NBC News

Why Going After ‘Bad Apple’ Cops Won’t End Misconduct Eva Herscowitz, The Crime Report

An officer in Breonna Taylor’s shooting is going to trial. To some activists, ‘it means nothing.’ Marisa Iati, Washington Post

To reform policing accountability, states need not wait on Supreme Court and Congress Alexander A. Reinert, Joanna C. Schwartz, and James E. Pfander, USA Today

Voter Fraud Propagandists Are Recycling Jim Crow Rhetoric Nick Tabor, New Republic

The Black woman sentenced to six years in prison over a voting error Sam Levine, The Guardian

She was told she could vote again after felony convictions. Now she’s in prison for trying. Timothy Bella, Washington Post

Federal Bureau of Prisons Failures Worsened Impact of COVID-19: Critic The Crime Report

A sentence that never ends: How probation kept a Pennsylvania man locked up through the pandemic – even after his release date Charles R. Davis, Insider

Out of Prison and Broke, Wrongly Convicted Sell Their Cases Roy Strom, Bloomberg Law

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