A Kick at the Door, a Knife in the Hand: The Saskatchewan Murders Dan Bilefsky, Ian Austen, and Vjosa Isai, New York Times

Key questions remain after the death of a second Canada stabbing suspect, who police say might be responsible for 10 victim fatalities Elizabeth Wolfe, CNN

Canada stabbings: Police identify the 10 victims killed in Saskatchewan Matt Murphy and Nadine Yousif, BBC

In Memphis, Renewed Attention on Violence After Shooting Rampage Laura Faith Kebede, Rick Rojas, and Cindy Wolff, New York Times

After Memphis killings, officials push harsh sentencing laws Kimberlee Kruesi and Geoff Mulvihill, AP

Lengthy Prison Terms Not ‘Significant Deterrent’ to Crime Audrey Nielsen, The Crime Report

To reduce crime in California, pay ex-prisoners $42 million Erika D. Smith, Los Angeles Times

Let Incarcerated People Serve the Communities They Hurt Sheldon P. Johnson, Prison Journalism Project

Brooklyn Prosecutors Seek to Throw Out Scores of Convictions Rebecca Davis O’Brien and Troy Closson, New York Times

Brooklyn DA Seeks to Vacate 378 Convictions Tied to Guilty Cops, One of Largest US Mass Exonerations NBC New York

Criminal justice activists press City Council to end NYPD gang database Arya Sundaram, Gothamist

How the city is making progress on reimagining public safety; vital work still to be done Greg Fischer and Erika Shields, Louisville Courier-Journal

Don’t let criminal justice reform be another COVID casualty Edward S. Shihadeh, The Advocate

‘Hell, Yes, We Are Subversive’ Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor, New York Review of Books

Kim Kardashian Shares Details About Her Upcoming True Crime Podcast ‘The System’ Sakaynah Hunter, Elle Magazine

A Jazz Age Murder Scandal, A Tabloid War, and the Birth of America’s True-Crime Obsession Joe Pompeo, Vanity Fair

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