«How Am I Going To Survive?»: A Costco Meatpacking Worker Speaks Of Her Fears As She And Others Labor To Keep Chicken In Stores
As concerns about a meat shortage mount, a meatpacking worker discusses her fear of getting the coronavirus while still needing to work.
More Than 50 People Say This Cop Framed Them For Murder. Now Prosecutors Are Going To Review His Cases.
Prosecutors in the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office are launching a “comprehensive review” of retired detective Reynaldo Guevara’s cases, which could lead to a mass exoneration.
There’s One Big Reason Why Police Brutality Is So Common In The US. And That’s The Police Unions.
Police unions have become increasingly rightwing as a backlash to the Obama administration and Black Lives Matter — and that’s bad news for the cities they police.
Day By Day: Inside A Domestic Violence Shelter In The Coronavirus Era
The pandemic has stretched this New Mexico domestic violence shelter down to its last dollar. Its executive director and staff are doing all they can to keep the doors open amid a spike in people needing services.
A Chicago Man Who Claims He Was Framed For Murder Will Finally Get His Day In Court
Roosevelt Myles, who was convicted of a murder in 1996, was awarded a new hearing in 2000 but didn’t get it until now.
A Chicago Cop Is Accused Of Framing 51 People For Murder. Now, The Fight For Justice.
Chicago Police Detective Reynaldo Guevara is accused of framing at least 51 people for murder. When a group of mothers, aunts and sisters found that no officials — not the state’s attorney’s office, not the mayor’s office — wanted to take up their cause, the women went in search of justice themselves. Next week a man convicted in one of Guevara’s most dubious cases will be in court for what could be his last chance at freedom. Will prosecutors continue fighting to keep Roberto Almodovar behind bars?
This Man Says Inmates At His Prison Are Getting No Medical Care For COVID-19
In a harrowing video, David Sell describes his experience in a situation that health experts say is a “tinderbox” just waiting to ignite.
This Man Says He Was Framed. He’s Been Waiting 16 Years For His Day In Court.
Roosevelt Myles won the right to a new hearing after he claimed he was framed by corrupt Chicago cops. But more than a decade and a half later, he is still waiting for that day in court, and still doing time for a murder he says he had nothing to do with.
A Man Just Walked Free From Prison After A BuzzFeed News Investigation
The Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office dropped all charges against Roberto Almodovar on Friday. He is one of 51 people who have accused a Chicago detective of framing them for murder. His story was featured in a BuzzFeed News investigation published last week.
Prosecutors Promised To Reopen The Case Of A Man Who Said He Was Framed For Murder. Now That’s Not Going To Happen.
More than a year after Cook County prosecutors said they’d review the conviction, a detective on the case has been discredited and a key witness has said she was pressured to falsely identify the convicted man. So why have prosecutors rescinded an offer to review the case?
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