Policing for profit

A new Pa. Senate Bill would do nothing to reform civil asset forfeiture practices. Photo via Occupy.com.

One more thing:

IN OTHER NEWS

Map via The Incline: How Pa. House (left) and Senate (right) legislators plan to vote on withholding names of officers who shoot civilians.
  • From The Incline: “Pa. legislature weighs how much you get to know about police body cameras, officers involved in shootings”
  • Daily News: “Like Daytona, race for Philly DA keeps turning left”
  • Post-Gazette: “Federal appeals court OKs suit over state prison suicide”
  • Grits For Breakfast: “Book Review: Pfaff’s Locked In directs reformers in wrong direction”
  • New Republic: “Professor Carnage: “Dave Grossman teaches police officers to think like ‘warriors.’ But is the rise of a militarized mindset turning black citizens into targets?”

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