Liliana Segura

Liliana Segura is a journalist and editor at The Intercept, with a longtime focus on prisons, prisoners, and the failings and excesses of the U.S. criminal justice system—from wrongful convictions to the death penalty. Follow her on Twitter: @lilianasegura

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Wednesday, March 25, 2015 - 7:00am
A Prosecutor Seeks Redemption. Can We Allow Prisoners the Same?
BY NOW MANY have read and been moved by the extraordinary mea culpa published in the Shreveport Times by a man named Marty Stroud III, who more than thirty years ago sent Glenn Ford to die for a crime he did not commit. “How wrong was I,” wrote Stroud, who as a young prosecutor convicted Ford, a...
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Wednesday, October 2, 2013 - 2:57pm
With 2.3 Million People Incarcerated in the US, Prisons Are Big Business
“Global Tel* Link. You have a collect call from: ‘Tim.’ An inmate in Shelby County Correctional Facility…. If you wish to accept and pay for this call, dial zero now.”
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