Texting through an insurrection Jacqueline Alemany, Tom Hamburger, Josh Dawsey, and Tyler Remmel, Washington Post

Vegas parking valet, Yale law graduate, unhinged Oath Keepers leader: Who is Stewart Rhodes? Will Carless, USA Today

Judge weighs request to release Oath Keeper founder from jail pending trial Sarah N. Lynch, Reuters

The California County Where an Anti-Government Takeover Worked Lili Loofbourow, Slate

Deputizing gone wild: Federal task forces give state and local cops ridiculously broad immunity Nick Sibilla, USA Today

Assessing the State of the Struggle to Reform Qualified Immunity Ilya Somin, Reason

Austin Police Officers to Be Indicted for Conduct in Racial Justice Protests David Montgomery, New York Times

Texas House candidate Justin Berry is among Austin officers indicted on excessive force charges, union president says Andrew Zhang, Texas Tribune

The hate-crimes trial of Arbery’s killers highlights everyday racism – and casual gun culture David Nakamura, Washington Post

After Calling One Witness, Defense Rests in Arbery Hate Crimes Trial Tariro Mzezewa, New York Times

Closing arguments to begin in hate crimes trial of Ahmaud Arbery’s killers Theresa Waldrop and Jason Hanna, CNN

Judges Can Be Dangerous, Too Errol Louis, New York Magazine

New Report Examines Judicial Resistance to Addressing Mass Incarceration Tanya Christian, Ebony Magazine

Rikers Lockups Stay Steady Under Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg, Vexing Reformers George Joseph and Clifford Michel, The City

A Fall From the Society Pages to Prison Unsettles Greenwich Neil Vigdor and Eduardo Medina, New York Times

Amber Guyger Should Not Go to Prison Elisabeth Epps, The Appeal

California gives people leaving prison just $200 to start over. After 50 years, that could change Maanvi Singh, The Guardian

The Agony of Oscar Wilde Sybille Bedford, New York Review of Books

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