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Ryan J. Reilly
justice reporter covering DOJ et al. raising a kid with . DMs open. signal/whatsapp/etc: 202.527.9261 ryan.reilly@huffpost.com
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CNN 12h
Authorities this weekend announced they had foiled three potential mass shootings after arresting three men in different states who expressed interest in or threatened to carry them out. Here's what we know about them.
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Matthew Yglesias 10h
There was, in fact, a big war about this and some substantial revisions to the constitution.
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KK Rebecca Lai 21h
Latest report from me and : The Hong Kong police have repeatedly used tear gas against protesters in ways that experts describe as indiscriminate, dangerous and excessive.
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Benjamin Weiser Aug 17
Exclusive: “Body alarm on South, body alarm on South.” Inmate 76318-054: The Last Days of Jeffrey Epstein - Important look at how Epstein died by .
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Paige Lavender Aug 16
Epstein's death shines a light on understaffed, unaccountable federal prison system (by )
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Lydia Polgreen Aug 17
Jeffrey Epstein Death Shines Light On Understaffed, Unaccountable Federal Prison System. Deep reporting here from ⁦
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Mary Price Aug 16
Prison suicide? "Nothing out of the ordinary." This from -
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Piper Kerman Aug 16
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Piper Kerman Aug 16
The BOP has no reputation as “gold standard” & there are state systems which are actually trying to improve, which you just can’t say of the BOP. Seemingly immune to reform or progress.
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Jessica Schulberg Aug 16
Replying to @ryanjreilly
The bill *does not* authorize the designation of domestic terrorism groups (which would be a disaster), but it *does* give the Attorney General a huge amount of authority in deciding what constitutes terrorism
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Jessica Schulberg Aug 16
Me and on the domestic terrorism bill Adam Schiff introduced today
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CJ Ciaramella Aug 16
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Ryan J. Reilly Aug 16
The lack of an applicable statute to charge gun-toting, violence-endorsing extremists has led to a number of relatively short sentences:
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Ryan J. Reilly Aug 16
Much more on ’s domestic terrorism bill, with :
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Ted Hesson Aug 16
Kellyanne Conway avoided getting fired for “egregious and ongoing” violations of the Hatch Act after the Merit Systems Protection Board didn’t have enough sitting members to issue a ruling. The backstory by :
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Ryan J. Reilly Aug 16
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He’ll also have his internet activity monitored for three years.
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Ryan J. Reilly Aug 16
Replying to @jessicaschulb
In related news, a white supremacist who managed an extremist Facebook group, discussed a plot to kill Muslims with his cousin, and lied to the FBI about his gun was released last month. Sentenced to time served (three months). His cousin wasn’t charged.
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Ryan J. Reilly Aug 16
Replying to @jessicaschulb
Here’s our initial story and a copy of Schiff’s bill. Much more to come with :
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Ryan J. Reilly Aug 16
Replying to @ryanjreilly
Two years ago today:
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Ryan J. Reilly Aug 16
Replying to @cjciaramella
Thanks! Your piece was really well done, as expected.
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