- Illinois lawmakers want to dismantle the state’s open-records law.
- The Indiana Court of Appeals finds that a prosecutor “knowingly proffered perjured testimony.” The linked post includes this sentence: “It is remarkable enough that an African-American man can be convicted by a jury for breaking into a store that video shows was burglarized by a white female.”
- The Wall Street Journal finds that hundreds of police shootings go uncounted in the annual FBI statistics.
- A St. Louis Post-Dispatch editorial argues that the county’s $100 amnesty program for outstanding warrants is a joke.
- The House Republican leadership is blocking a police militarization reform bill from even getting a vote.
- An off-duty cop who shot a woman in the head during a road-rage incident is charged only with aggravated assault.
- “How police unions and arbitrators keep abusive cops on the street.”
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