The Son Who Brought Down His Insurrectionist Father Ankush Khardori, New York Magazine

The evidence in the Jan. 6 investigations is overwhelming – literally Sarah D. Wire, Los Angeles Times

Click, Click, BOOM: The Digital Evidence Surge Behind Prosecuting Jan. 6 Rioters Chris Carpenter, Lawfare

Feds admit breaking law with delay in case against alleged Jan. 6 rioter Josh Gerstein, Politico

Internal investigation of domestic violent extremism reveals four sympathizers inside DHS Nicole Sganga, CBS News

DC Police Investigating Lieutenant For Alleged Ties To Right-Wing Extremist Group Martin Austermuhle, DCist

Orlando police joined a program designed to change department culture. They got kicked out. Brett Murphy, USA Today

AP-NORC poll: Many Black Americans doubtful on police reform Aaron Morrison and Hannah Fingerhut, AP News

When police lies fuel racist fearmongering MK Kaishian, New York Daily News

The Mainstream Media Is Helping Eric Adams Get Away With a Law-and-Order Crackdown Alex N. Press, Jacobin

Prosecutor races test California’s patience for crime policies Jeremy B. White, Politico

Public Defenders Shake Up Key Prosecutor Races from Arkansas to Oregon Daniel Nichanian, Bolts Magazine

DAs Are Asking Biden to End the Death Penalty. But Some Are Still Wielding It Themselves (2021) Elizabeth Weill-Greenberg, The Appeal

Texas Plans to Execute an Abuse Survivor Based on a Coerced Confession Victoria Law, Truthout

Executions for Drug Convictions Surged in 2021. Most Are Kept Secret. Alexander Lekhtman, Filter Magazine

I’m Facing 60 Months in Prison. Cannabis Prohibition Has Destroyed My Life. Daniel Muessig, Truthout

Prison-to-pot farms confront legacy of war on drugs Jordan Winters, NBC News

Can This Family Get a Stake in the Big Business of Marijuana? Tracey Tully, New York Times

Burn the Spot Piper Kerman, Inquest

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