In Arkansas' largest city, drug cops are waging astonishingly violent raids based on bad information, and the city's judges are looking the other way.
One out of every 18 people in the state is on probation or parole.
Plus: George Will says end the death penalty, another cop accused of planting drugs, and Oklahoma now leads the U.S. in incarceration.
In a curious decision, a circuit court judge orders a new sentencing, but denies Havard a new trial
Even controlling for crime rates, class and income, racial bias infects every nook and cranny of our courts, prisons, jails and police stations.
Plus: Exonerated Texas man dies while waiting for compensation, Border Patrol agent quits after change of heart, and NRA hypocrisy on cop killings and gun rights
And municipal governments have paid out $2.2 billion to exonerees.
Questions he'd almost certainly refuse to answer.
Plus: Mollie Tibbetts's father makes plea for tolerance; more racist cops; and a Nashville police officer who killed an unarmed man now trains new recruits.
Plus: Witness to an execution, when a cop wrongly arrests you, and how race affects personnel decisions at the Columbus (Ohio) police department.