With journalistic standards like these...
"I knew they were scumbags," a former Bureau of Prisons officer tells Reason.
It is not hard to see why the jury concluded that the incident she described probably happened.
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Prison staff were fired in less than half of substantiated incidents of sexual misconduct between 2016 and 2018, and only faced legal consequences in 6 percent of cases.
Long delays and management failures "allowed serious, repeated sexual abuse in at least four facilities to go undetected."
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Biden Is Still Seeking Potential Life Sentences for Distributing Weed, Even As He Pardons for Possession
Pardoning possession offenders is nice. Taking his boot off the necks of cannabis sellers would be even better.
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The New York Times misleadingly claims that cases like the abortion sought by a 10-year-old Ohio rape victim "are not as rare as people think."
One of Ralph Petty's victims is trying to hold him accountable, but she will have to overcome prosecutorial immunity.
Her publisher will stop distributing her memoir Lucky, which detailed the attack and aftermath.
A Louisiana Prosecutor Escapes Responsibility After Allegedly Covering Up Rape Allegations Against a Prison Official
No accountability for government corruption.
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Those who reported sexual abuse were sent to a county jail, the suit alleges.
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But with one huge exception—a massive spike in reported sexual assaults—the 2018 survey found only statistically insignificant increases.
A police procedural about rape cases that focuses on details without getting tedious
Hulu's Untouchable is a relentless accounting of the mogul's sexual misdeeds.
Forensic experts claim there is no way Larry Swearingen raped and killed Melissa Trotter. The state is still putting him to death.
An original movie about sexual trauma doesn't take the easy route.
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The NYPD failed to update its crime-tracking system—and underreported rape by 38 percent.
Adam Lowther, a Navy veteran and nuclear deterrence expert, lost his job and spent $300,000 fighting the allegations.
Nonetheless, a judge will let a sex trafficking complaint against Weinstein proceed.
Authorities wouldn't say whether the charges related to Donna Dalton, who was shot to death by Mitchell last August.
The president isn't the only one to use misleading data to advance an illiberal policy agenda.
Chicago Expelled a Male Student 4 Days Before Graduation Because His Ex Made a Dubious Sexual Violence Claim
He's suing the university-and the accuser.