Steven Hsieh is a freelance writer from St. Louis.
If a Georgia execution goes as planned, it will be the first to take place in the United States since Oklahoma officials botched the lethal injection of Clayton Lockett on April 29.
An independent autoposy report raises serious questions about the medical professionals who carried out Clayton Lockett’s botched execution.
A complaint filed by legal groups details 116 cases of child abuse or mistreatment by border agents, including kicking, death threats and food deprivation.
Most of the unaccompanied children waiting in a Nogalas detention facility migrated from violence-torn countries in Central America.
An ex-deputy testified in court about the culture of abuse pervading Los Angeles County jails.
US Customs and Border Protection revised its use-of-force guidelines to comply with recommendations from an independent report.
US border agents have killed forty-five people since 2005.
On Thursday, Tennessee became the only state in America to authorize forced electrocutions.