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EXCLUSIVE: Let My People Go! Essay by Teri Woods

The numbers are astronomical. According to Wikipedia, as of 2013: 2,222,300 people were incarcerated in the United States; another 4,751,400 were on probation or parole; another 651,000 were locked up in local jails and over 70% of these detainees hadn’t even been convicted yet — they either

Kaminsky Under Fire for Shady Campaign Donation

Newly-elected New York State Senator Todd Kaminsky is already coming under scrutiny within days of taking office due to a “publicly untraceable” 11th-hour contribution to his campaign. Kaminsky, who ran on an ethics reform platform, is the former prosecutor who employed several egregious tactics to convict Jimmy.

James Rosemond is Not a Kingpin: Chapter Three

Large-scale drug networks and organizations develop over time. They are intricate vessels that combine manpower, strategic thinking, and the ability to command and control cells of people in various sectors of the business. This business must secure good transportation and money collection. Additionally, skilled managers

James Rosemond is Not a Kingpin: Chapter Two

Don Sikorski, Investigative Reporter, Go To Ground News: In 2008, Chuck Philips decided to set his sights on James Rosemond and the story behind the infamous shooting of Tupac Shakur at Quad Studios. He wanted to break new and explosive information so he traveled into