The story shows what can happen when those accused of misconduct are subjected to opaque investigations with little due process.
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Out with the old corruption and in with fresh scandals.
After an array of botched and unsuccessful executions, the state's Department of Corrections says its ready to start executing inmates again.
"Comprehensive and accurate records are critical if patterns and causes of harm are going to be identified and corrected," said an attorney representing Louisiana inmates.
Justice Department Inspector General Launches Investigation Into Inmate Death Following Judge's Contempt Order
Reason first reported last week on the scathing contempt order, which said the Bureau of Prisons should be "deeply ashamed" of its conduct.
Tax collectors and federal cops have always been rotten to the core.
Former Sergeant Scott Martin is a certified creep.
Police Faked Evidence and the Real Killers Confessed. But Missouri Still Imprisoned an Innocent Man for 24 Years.
Lamar Johnson is finally getting a new trial.
A new report from Metro's Office of the Inspector General details the agency's waste when dealing with riders' waste.
Two notable scholars debate whether there is anything particularly troubling with the way the Trump Administration is refusing to cooperate with Congressional investigations.
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Faced with the possibility of fines or legal battles, many will choose not to speak at all.