Judith Coburn, after decades as a journalist writing for the Village Voice, Mother Jones, the Los Angeles Times, the New York Times, and TomDispatch, among other media outlets, became a private eye 10 years ago, specializing in death penalty cases.
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Tuesday, August 16, 2016
America’s Criminal Injustice System
Once upon a time, I was a journalist, covering war in Indochina, Central America, and the Middle East. I made it my job to write about the victims of war, the "civilian casualties." To me, they were hardly "collateral damage," that bloodless term the military persuaded journalists to adopt. To me,...