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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.

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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

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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

James Rosemond is NOT a Kingpin

James Rosemond is not a Drug Kingpin: Chapter One

In these serialized set of articles, I will present solid facts and evidence that Rosemond was not a drug kingpin under the definition of the law. I believe that government informants colluded with the United States Attorney, former prosecutor, Todd Kaminsky, and various media outlets, to

Slavery Evolved

Bryan Stevenson, Racial and Criminal Justice Advocate

The Marshall Project Interview: Bryan Stevenson on Charleston and Our Real Problem with Race Bryan Stevenson has spent most of his career challenging bias against minorities and the poor in the criminal justice system. Audio Interview: New York Historical Society Bryan Stevenson charts his remarkable

Criminal Justice Reform

TAKE ACTION: Sign the ACLU’s Petition

ACLU: Right now the Senate is deciding whether to vote on a bill called the Sentencing Reform and Corrections Act – the most significant criminal justice reform legislation to be considered by Congress in the last five years. It will essentially retroactively reduce overly harsh

Criminal Justice Stats and Figures

Charging Toward a Conviction

When people think about how our criminal justice system tries to avoid convicting innocent people, they probably think of the second half-hour of a “Law & Order” episode: defense attorneys making motions to thwart the prosecutor, jurors furrowing their brows as they wonder whether the