Judge reinstates ‘zero bail’ policy in Los Angeles
A preliminary injunction issued this week forbids officials from forcing people charged with low-level offenses to remain in jail because they cannot afford bail.
Vernon Gonsalves: Stop denying political prisoners the right to healthcare in Indian jails
On 8th September Vernon Gonsalves, one of the 16 undertrials in the Bhima Koregaon case lodged in the anda cell of Taloja Central Jail, was diagnosed with dengue and likely pneumonia.
‘The Mauritanian’ rekindles debate over Gitmo detainees’ torture–with 40 still held there
“The Mauritanian,” directed by Kevin Macdonald, is the first feature film to dramatize how the war on terror became a war in court.
Incarcerated people and corrections staff should be prioritized in COVID-19 vaccination plans
Some states are including correctional facilities in their rollout plans. All states and the BOP should do so-and put incarcerated people near the top of the list.