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Mia Armstrong
Bilingual journo. 2019 winner of ’s trip contest w/. Summer intern . Schooled & . Arizonan & proud of it.
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A new lawsuit claims that the NYPD has illegally used databases of arrests that were supposed to have been dropped, thrown out in court, or expunged. reports for .
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Mia Armstrong Jul 17
Update: this afternoon, all charges against Tapp were dismissed on the basis of his innocence. “I hope that things get learned from this mistake,” he said outside the courtroom. “I don’t want anybody to ever forget about Angie Dodge.”
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Kaitlin KIFI/KIDK Jul 17
Chris Tapp walks into his exoneration hearing to a round of applause
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Mia Armstrong Jul 16
Thanks, !
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The Marshall Project Jul 15
Can't make it to our event tomorrow? We're livestreaming the event at 12:30 p.m. EST. Tune in here.
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Mia Armstrong Jul 16
The case against Chris Tapp, convicted in a 1996 rape and murder, is expected to be dismissed tomorrow, clearing his name. For , I looked into how the case got there: genetic genealogy, a false confession, and a mom who never gave up:
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Andrew Rodriguez Calderon Jul 16
Take two: The Trump administration’s aggressive policies restricting immigration judges and rejecting entire classes of migrants from eligibility for asylum do NOT seem to be working. My latest with for .👇 
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The Marshall Project Jul 16
The use of genetic genealogy in a first-of-its-kind wrongful conviction case in Idaho is only the tip of the iceberg, according to some experts. reports for TMP. 👇
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Nicole Lewis Jul 8
At the , it's my job to be nosy. Really, I don't have a choice cause there is virtually no oversight of our nation's corrections system. So how do you find out what's happening to the 2.2 million people locked into prisons and jails? Well, you got to
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Lawrence Bartley Jul 1
Can we take the racism out of algorithms? In this story, looks at a new study that takes on risk assessment tools and racial bias.
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Mia Armstrong Jun 30
“‘No more victims,’ she said, echoing the name of the roadway she had driven, which recognizes those done wrong by the men inside the prison. Her head shook in chagrin. ‘Every time I come here, I think of that. The hypocrisy.’”
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Priyanka Borpujari Jun 28
"Give me 10 years & then I'll tell my story openly when I was hired as a 'fixer'. For now, I cannot afford to give my name when I'm building my byline." This is what I kept hearing, when I worked on this story for : on who's deemed a "foreign correspondent", who's a "fixer".
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Terry Parris Jr. Jun 28
1/ Hi. Today, we announced The Open Newsroom project in partnership with the . It’s 24 meetings at six libraries spread out over the course of a year. I’m super excited about it. So I want to say a few things…
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Matt Pearce 🦅 Jun 29
what on earth is happening in this paragraph
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Daniele Volpe Jun 29
Tearsheets of today's , work done in El Salvador with .
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Fernanda Santos Jun 29
With all due respect to and , who are among the best out there, this is not correct. Many DACA recipients entered the country *legally* and overstayed their visas.
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Ellie Hall Jun 27
AMAZING OLD TWEETS BY PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE MARIANNE WILLIAMSON: A THREAD
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Mia Armstrong Jun 27
I wish I had all this Marianne Williamson content ~2 months ago when everyone was asking me about my post-grad plans
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Manuel Villa Jun 27
Climate change, abortion rights, immigration... All the problems discussed in the that affect and concern free Americans also affect people in prisons and jails. However, that mostly went unmentioned by the candidates.
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The Marshall Project Jun 27
Replying to @MarshallProj
In this edition of , a young man grapples with growing up, coming to terms with a father caught in the justice system and deported, and finding solace in an unexpected mentor.
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