Must We Choose Between Mob Justice And The Police State?

By Bretigne Shaffer On May 25, 1911, Laura Nelson, her baby daughter and her teenaged son were kidnapped from a jail

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Guardian Calls On Public To Contribute To “The Counted” Project

Earlier this month, we published a post about The Guardian’s “The Counted” project, which is an interactive reporting project aimed

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When There Are No Cameras: The Case Of Aaron Parrish

Proponents of filming police understand the vital importance of recording police interactions. Not all members of the public have the

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The Largest Settlements Ever Paid Out for False Arrests

Submitted by Arkady Bukh Seven Largest Settlements for False Arrest The shooting of an unarmed teenager in a St. Louis

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Is the Life of a LEO Worth More Than That of a Non-LEO?

Clyde Freeman asks whether someone’s life is worth more based on their occupation. If the differentiation of value placed on

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Prince George’s County Officials Agree To $3.6 Mil. Settlement In Assault Case

Those claiming authority over the arbitrary political boundary labeled Prince George’s County has agreed to pay about $3.6 million to

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