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Compassionate release review buoys old U.S. inmat...
Advertisementthose suggestions."Williams, who co-wrote a 2011 report, "Balancing Punishment and Compassion for Seriously Ill Prisoners," said she hopes the government convenes experts to create...
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FILE - In this Nov. 19, 2009 file photo,
, the disbarred lawyer convicted in a terrorism case, speaks to supporters before entering federal court in Manhattan to surrender, in New York. A...
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says a Texas prison warden has recommended compassionate release. She is seeking to benefit from a rarely granted provision letting inmates leave prison early for "extraordinary and...
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Lawyer’s jail torment marks US totalitarian state
’s story is not just one of personal harrowing torment. The US state’s cruel persecution of this woman epitomises the general...
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The Persecution of Lynne Stewart
, in the vindictive and hysterical world of the war on terror, is one of its martyrs. A 73-year-old lawyer who spent her life defending the poor, the marginalized and the despised,...
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On Staten Island, terrorists have walked among us
By FRANK DONNELLY and TOM WROBLESKI The chilling bombings at the Boston Marathon and the fatal confrontations later in the week between police and two suspects make it all too clear that no place...
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