The Return of the Firing Squad? Maurice Chammah, The Marshall Project

South Carolina schedules first execution after transition to firing squads Brad Dress, The Hill

Texas’ oldest death row prisoner says upcoming execution amounts to cruel and unusual punishment Julian Gill, Houston Chronicle

I voted to sentence Melissa Lucio to death. I was wrong. Johnny Galvan Jr., Houston Chronicle

What to know about Texas death row inmate Melissa Lucio’s case Kendall Ross, ABC News

Melissa Lucio’s case highlights police missteps in questioning abuse survivors, experts say Minyvonne Burke, NBC News

Five teenagers. Recanted confessions. Convicted. Sound familiar? Phoebe Zerwick, Washington Post

Shedding light on our scandalous false convictions record Austin Sarat, The Hill

End qualified immunity for police officers to combat abuses Sonia Pruitt and Carlton T. Mayers II, Chicago Tribune

After the Death of Amir Locke, Nothing Is Really Changing – Again Eamon Whalen, Mother Jones

North Carolina isn’t making progress on police reform. It’s going backward. Charlotte Observer

How New York Just Rolled Back Criminal Justice Reforms Chris Gelardi, Bolts Magazine

New York’s Bail Laws Are Changing Again. Here’s How. Chelsia Rose Marcius, Troy Closson, and Grace Ashford, New York Times

Backing bail rollbacks? You haven’t seen Rikers up close Jessica Ramos, AM New York

Rikers Island inmate died after choking on an orange – and no correction officer was there to help: sources Graham Rayman, New York Daily News

In an Ominous Pattern, People Are Dying Once Transferred to Louisiana Prison Victoria Law, Truthout

The Blind Spot WBEZ Chicago

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