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The New York Times
· Trump Takes Us to the Brink →
Remember, he’s used his authority to pardon members of the U.S. military who were accused or convicted by their own services of committing war crimes.
· Grand jury indicts Jeffrey Beier for murder of girlfriend Charlene Voight, who went missing from Littleton, Colorado in 2016 →
If convicted, he faces a mandatory sentence of life in prison without the possibility of parole.
The China Post
· 2 Brooklyn attorneys granted bail in NYPD firebombing case →
They face 5 to 20 years in federal prison if convicted.
· New autopsy finds George Floyd died of asphyxiation, conflicting with official report →
That is, to convict Chauvin of murder, prosecutors have to do more than simply show that Chauvin behaved brutally, or that Floyd died during or shortly after his encounter with Chauvin.
· 9 movies and shows that explain how America’s justice system got this way →
Ava DuVernay (Selma, 13th) co-wrote and directed all four episodes of this miniseries about the infamous case of the Central Park Five, in which five boys ages 14 to 16 — none of whom were white — were coerced into confessing to raping a jogger named Trisha Meili in 1989, then convicted of the crime in 1990.
· The charges against former Minnesota police officer Derek Chauvin, explained →
Similarly, former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor, who was eventually convicted of murdering Justine Damond, committed this crime on July 15, 2017.
· Two public health crises have collided in the protests over George Floyd’s death →
Sadly, none of it will come as much of a surprise: Black people are more likely to be stopped by police, they are less likely to get a fair trial, and their sentences are longer than those of white people convicted of the same crimes.
· 'Palestinian lives matter': Israeli police killing of autistic man draws US comparison →
While its researchers have only partial data for official police complaints, they found that investigations into the killings of more than 200 Palestinians by the army during the past nine years resulted in only three soldiers being convicted.
· Vatican introduces new tenders law to curb corruption →
As well as excluding people convicted of ties to organised crime groups from bids, the law says the Vatican's selection process for tenders must comply with ethical principles and avoid conflicts of interest.
· Who are immigrant ‘Dreamers’ and why is their fate tied to the US Supreme Court? →
To be enrolled in DACA, an applicant cannot have been convicted of a felony or significant misdemeanour and needed to be either still in school, have completed high school or have served in the US military.