Monthly Archives: March 2018

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Despite little research to support it, the narrative of pain patient-turned-addict is stubbornly persistent.

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Plus: GOP leaders on board with Trump's plan to execute drug dealers; the ongoing problem of police "testilying"; and Sacramento man is killed in his own yard after police mistake cellphone for gun.

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Prosecutor Dan Rizzo was emailed about the exonerating evidence he says he never knew existed.

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And somehow, it all appears to be legal

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Despite numerous reports showing astonishingly high false positive rates, the tests continue to send people to jail.

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Newspaper want to treat drug dealers like serial killers, the case for abolishing ICE, and why most crimes don't have victims.

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In which Steven Hayne and Michael West claimed to replicate a murder by swinging bolt cutters against a tree.

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The Florida dad couldn't see his family for months before he was cleared.

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Plus: The "anti-sex trafficking" bill that will break the Internet; family of Mississippi man killed by police last summer still waiting for answers; and Ida B. Wells, rest in peace.

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A state with a history of shady medical examiners could soon make it more difficult to keep an eye on them.

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