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David Manheim on Twitter: "@brendonbrewer @Toni_Airaksinen Had an interesting conversation with some Criminal Justice researchers about this; it's very hard to measure"

David Manheim on Twitter: "@brendonbrewer @Toni_Airaksinen Had an interesting conversation with some Criminal Justice researchers about this; it's very hard to measure"

Shared some of my favorite podcasts, and what makes them so great.    //Written for The National's weekly magazine, Abu Dhabi, summer 2009.

// A cook is accused of being one of three men who threatened to kill a woman and her family if she did not help them take ownership of a car, the Dubai heard on Sunday.

17 Times The Internet Perfectly Summed Up Being An Aquarius

17 Times The Internet Perfectly Summed Up Being An Aquarius

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Mass Incarceration and Criminal Justice in America : The New Yorker

The Caging of America

Mass Incarceration and Criminal Justice in America : The New Yorker

Miiiiiiiiiiishaaaaaa on Twitter: "@sarahdoingthing one reason I hate justice, and actually think the criminal "justice" system is surprisingly better than what we could have"

Miiiiiiiiiiishaaaaaa on Twitter: "@sarahdoingthing one reason I hate justice, and actually think the criminal "justice" system is surprisingly better than what we could have"

Can you imagine all the horror that lives on this side of freedom?  This piece was written by Tewhan Butler, whose blog is featured on the site Live from Lockdown. A former Bloods leader, he is 11 years into a 30-year sentence in federal prison on RICO charges. Since beginning his sentence, Butler has been in and out of solitary confinement in a series of prisons.

Can you imagine all the horror that lives on this side of freedom? This piece was written by Tewhan Butler, whose blog is featured on the site Live from Lockdown. A former Bloods leader, he is 11 years into a 30-year sentence in federal prison on RICO charges. Since beginning his sentence, Butler has been in and out of solitary confinement in a series of prisons.

This piece was reported and written by Simone Weichselbaum for The Marshall Project, a nonprofit news organization covering criminal justice that has just launched. Subscribe to its newsletter, or like it on Facebook.       Female inmates have limited access to hair and beauty products;

How Women In Prison Make Their Own Makeup

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