Ross Tuttle is a documentary filmmaker and freelance journalist living in New York who is working on a long-form documentary examining various aspects of the criminal justice system in New York.
How the New York City Council’s Community Safety Act stands the best chance of curtailing the NYPD’s most destructive racial profiling practices.
The department’s emphasis on numbers and the union's cooperation has led to millions of suspicion-less stop-and-frisks.
Council members demanded answers from Mayor Bloomberg's representative just one day after a video released by The Nation documented an abusive stop.
An audio recording of a stop-and-frisk in action sheds unprecedented light on a practice that has put the city’s young people of color in the NYPD's cross hairs.
Just months after the Keating Five scandal, John McCain hosted a family reunion at a Bermuda Navy base--on the taxpayer's dime.
Military commissions officials are using punitive psychological evaluations as part of a strategy to discredit and silence a former colleague turned whistleblower.
New evidence sheds light on the inappropriate and corrupting influence of Brig. General Thomas Hartmann on the military commissions process.
Ethical conflicts and judicial dysfunction cloud the military commissions system at Guantánamo.
Lieut. Cmdr. Brian Mizer has filed a motion to dismiss charges against Salim Hamdan, in light of new evidence documenting the improper involvement of political appointees.
As criticism over his support for torture and his interference in the Gitmo trials escalates, William J. Haynes steps down.