Abuse, misconduct, and neglect have consistently been found to pervade federal prison...with internal investigations by the Justice Department’s Office of Inspector General often leading to little more than... window dressing reform, and...
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Amika Mota Fought Fires as a Prisoner for 53 Cents Per Hour. Now Free, She Can’t Work as a Firefighter
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To flee from a war zone, only to be met with a fatal police bullet on the other side of the world: It's an uncomfortable, truncated narrative of an abbreviated life. This was how Alfred Olango's life concluded late last month, at the intersection of many forces of violence that converged at a San Diego suburb, in a scene that braided strands of war, policing, race and migration.