Donald Trump Is Not Above the Law Matt Ford, New Republic

What Is Really Unprecedented Is the Criminality Jonathan Chait, New York Magazine

How Does the FBI Break Into a Safe? Molly Olmstead, Slate

What Comes After the Search Warrant? Tim Alberta, The Atlantic

The Conspiracy Theory on the Far-Right Deep Web After the Trump FBI Raid Aymann Ismail, Slate

The GOP Belatedly Embraces “Defund the Police” Alex Shephard, New Republic

There Are Good Reasons to Defund the FBI. They Have Nothing to Do With Trump. Alex S. Vitale, Truthout

How Democrats And Republicans Think Differently About Crime And Gun Violence Geoffrey Skelley and Holly Fuong, FiveThirtyEight

Reform Prosecutor Wins After Police Union Attacks in Vermont Piper French, Bolts Magazine

Will Minneapolis Voters Elect a Reformist County Prosecutor? Akela Lacy, The Intercept

Who Will San Francisco Blame for Crime and Disorder Now? Nick Wing, The Appeal

My View: Gascón Explains Why Crackdown in the Tenderloin Won’t Work David Greenwald, Davis Vanguard

A Market for Holding Humans: The Correctional and Detention Bed Trade Lauren-Brooke Eisen, Brennan Center for Justice

Women’s Prisons Are Filled With Domestic Violence Survivors. A New Type of Law Could Help Them Get Out. Samantha Michaels, Mother Jones

‘Prison destroys every human dignity’: Free Chol Soo Lee and the miscarriage of justice that united Asian-Americans Rebecca Liu, The Guardian

How this California program is making it easier for those leaving prison to earn degrees Cresencio Rodriguez-Delgado, PBS

The Artists Taking on Mass Incarceration Adam Bradley, T Magazine (New York Times)

The Queen of True Crime Molly Langmuir, Elle

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