Victims are often criminals, and that is a paradox American policing can’t solve
Police cannot truly safeguard the same people at whom they regularly point their guns.
Podcasts should stick to exonerating the innocent
In The Dark proved that Curtis Flowers was railroaded by an unjust system. Why offer up another suspect?
The Victims' Rights Movement helps prosecutors, not victims
If you are the wrong sort of crime victim in America, you can be neglected, harassed, or worse.
More cops won’t keep us safe
Americans have come to think of vast, unaccountable policing as normal and wise. It’s not.
Jails can’t be “reformed”
There is no such thing as a kinder, gentler incarceration in America.