Why did it take NYPD so long to find the Brooklyn shooting suspect? The inconvenient answer Joshua Potash, The Independent

Inside the 30-hour search for the Brooklyn subway shooting suspect Christina Maxouris, CNN

NYC subway shooting suspect called tip line on himself, sources say Morgan Winsor, Emily Shapiro, Aaron Katersky, Josh Margolin, Pierre Thomas, and Ivan Pereira, ABC News

Subway Attack Heightens Pressure on Mayor Adams to Combat Gun Violence Emma G. Fitzsimmons and Jeffery C. Mays, New York Times

Adams banked his mayoralty on public safety. Crime skyrocketed during his first 100 days in office. Erin Durkin and Sally Goldenberg, Politico

The Trials of Alvin Bragg Erica Orden, New York Magazine

Alvin Bragg Says He’s Not a Politician. Is That the Root of His Trouble? Jonah E. Bromwich, New York Times

Karen Bass Is Clashing With Allies on the Left Over Policing Jack Ross, New Republic

‘Never Anything Solved’: People Who Lost Family To Police Violence Lament Stalled Reform Phillip Jackson, HuffPost

Two Cops Will Not Face Discipline For Pushing a 75-Year-Old to the Ground. You Can Thank the Police Union. Billy Binion, Reason

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

The Contrived Disciplinary Records That Sent Melissa Lucio To Death Row Chandra Bozelko, National Memo

The bipartisan case for the life of Melissa Lucio Joe Moody and Jeff Leach, Houston Chronicle

Facing harsh criticism in the Melissa Lucio case, Texas prosecutor may temporarily spare the woman many believe is innocent Jolie McCullough, Texas Tribune

Imagine Having a Decade of Your Life Erased. It Happened to 161 People Exonerated from Prison in 2021. Scott Shackford, Reason

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