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“I get calls from lifers every week that feel they have not gotten a fair hearing by the parole board.”
An Arlington, Massachusetts police lieutenant who was put on paid leave after writing a column filled with controversial statements about violence, immigrants and more is back on the job after going through a “restorative justice” program. Independent journalist Laura Kiesel joins Sue to talk about what this means and why she doesn’t agree with the program.
Arlington’s attempt to mitigate a police department controversy causes more distress for some concerned residents
While we can use all the local push that we can get, we are thrilled that The Appeal and The Marshall Project—both leading sources of news and information regarding criminal justice and prisons—picked up the latest from BINJ and reporter Jean Trounstine.