The November issue of the ProPublica Magazine is out, and the theme is “No Justice.” Focusing on the dark side of the legal system, we highlight A.C. Thompson’s riveting reporting from New Orleans, in which he investigated how civilians came to be murdered in the lawless aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. It’s a timeless example of great journalism, and Thompson provides an exclusive account of how he got onto the stories and what has happened since.
We also look at prosecutorial misconduct in New York, how suspicious deaths of the elderly rarely get investigated, and how states have loosened gun laws.
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