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Jeanne Kuang
Journalist . Interested in civil rights, immigration, your culture's food. West Coast Asian ✌🏽 Past: , '16
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Stacy St. Clair 13h
On a still image of the shooting, Walsh circles himself at the prosecution's request. When he is asked to "circle the defendant," he circled Laquan McDonald. "Sorry," he says.
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Astead 6h
“From what I’ve heard you have 6 months to live, you disgusting slime." NYT reports on the harassment Dr. Blasey has experienced since coming forward with her allegations against Kavanaugh. She has, because of the threats, been forced to leave her home.
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Amanda Terkel 15h
Ted Cruz (this is real): "If Texas elects a Democrat, they’re going to ban barbecue across the state of Texas.”
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Alec MacGillis 15h
WSJ opinion pages fully mobilized today against Kavanaugh accuser, with three separate pieces attacking her. Here’s the extra-long main editorial:
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Jeanne Kuang 15h
Just passed two dudes blasting this in a pickup truck and I hope they have a great day
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Robert Loerzel Sep 17
Important story by on how Chicago ended up with so many lead water pipes.
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Christy Gutowski Sep 17
Defense attorney Daniel Herbert ends 30-minute opening statement: "What happened to Laquan McDonald was a tragedy. It's a tragedy but it's not a murder, and that's what the evidence is going to show."
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Jeanne Kuang Sep 17
Surreal to see a *live video stream* of this trial in Cook County, where cameras are usually not allowed in courtrooms, judges sometimes berate reporters for having their phones out or sheriffs sometimes berate reporters for... being there with a notebook
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Christy Gutowski Sep 17
Prosecutor McMahon's 20-minute opening statement ends: "A police officer has a legal right to use force and if needed deadly force but only when it's necessary. What was necessary that night was the arrest of Laquan McDonald, but it was not necessary to kill Laquan to do so."
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Mari Cohen Sep 17
thank god the new york times interviewed everyone who has taken the L from the loop to O'Hare
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Shannon Heffernan Sep 17
Defense is arguing about evidence that should not be allowed in. Including: That Van Dyke reloaded his weapon & that other officers didn’t shoot. Judge denied both motions.
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Jeanne Kuang Sep 16
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Jeanne Kuang Sep 14
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Jodi Cohen Sep 14
Please look. These are the meds that some immigrant kids in custody are being given — without parental consent — to control their emotions and behavior.
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Jeanne Kuang Sep 14
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Jeanne Kuang Sep 14
Replying to @karen_gwee @BethanyAo
Sorry think I’ll have to bow out on that one
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Injustice Watch Sep 14
BREAKING: Randy Liebich will get a new trial, a DuPage County judge has ruled. Story to come. reported on his case earlier this week:
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Jeanne Kuang Sep 14
Replying to @karen_gwee @BethanyAo
oh hey same
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Matthew Ormseth Sep 14
For more than a decade top city lawyers tried to shield Hartford from liability by withholding complaints of police misconduct from civilian watchdog group; when it ended the policy last August, 51 cases were on the list of "tabled" complaints
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