Explosive New Evidence Points to Richard Glossip’s Innocence. Why Is Oklahoma Still Trying to Kill Him? Liliana Segura and Jordan Smith, The Intercept

Oklahoma lawmakers urge pause amid fears innocent man to be executed Ed Pilkington, The Guardian

Oklahoma, with a history of botched lethal injections, prepares to start executing a man a month Dakin Andone, CNN

2 dozen Oklahoma inmates are slated for execution. The first of many highlights the complicated intersections of addiction, abuse, and the criminal justice system. Taiyler Simone Mitchell, Insider

Free Chol Soo Lee, review – how bad luck led to a death sentence Leslie Felperin, Financial Times

10 Years a Detainee: Why Some Spend Years on Rikers, Despite Right to Speedy Trial Reuven Blau, The City

Prisoner’s Death by Suicide Is 12th This Year at New York’s Rikers Island Jail Democracy Now!

Thousands on Rikers still not getting scheduled medical care Matt Katz, Gothamist

To Address the Crisis at Rikers, Invest in Public Health Now Gabriella Khawly and Michele Calvo, Gotham Gazette

Prisons And Jails Are “Potentially High-Risk” for Monkeypox but Won’t Fall Under a Vaccine Mandate Kate Sosin, Them

Incarcerated people should be getting monkeypox vaccines Annalisa Merelli, Quartz

AJC Investigation: The battle against COVID-19 in Georgia’s jails Jeremy Redmon, Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Released during COVID, some people are sent back to prison with little or no warning Carrie Johnson, NPR

They were released from prison because of COVID-19. Their freedom didn’t last long. Tiffany Cusaac-Smith, USA Today

‘Free’ illustrates enormous reentry challenges for those coming out of prison Allison Frost, Oregon Public Broadcasting

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