Monthly Archives: October 2017

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  The latest in the world of botched police raids: A Toledo, Ohio, man says the city’s SWAT team got the wrong house when it raided his home and killed his two dogs on Saturday. The police reportedly found a single pill . . . for high blood pressure. On Monday, local media said the SWAT team paid a […]

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It's just the latest example from a state where many cities and counties have effectively criminalized poverty.

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Plus: Yet another crime lab scandal affecting thousands of cases, NYC cracks down on electric bikes, NYPD cops smear teen who accused them of rape.

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Massachusetts lab withheld exculpatory test results in "thousands" of drunk driving cases

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Reforming civil forfeiture laws has overwhelming public support, but until that happens, the legally sanctioned theft will continue.

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Plus: NFL supports criminal-justice reform, the myth of the progressive prosecutor, and why police unions need to go.

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The missing link between Harvey Weinstein, Joe Arpaio and Rodrigo Duterte.

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Useless data on people killed by cops infects other government agencies, too.

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Plus: D.C. considers legalizing prostitution, Missouri disciplines an overworked public defender, Houston chief explains how fight against sanctuary cities will make those cities more dangerous.

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Victims of police raids are expected to react perfectly. Cops get leeway to make mistakes.

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