One attempt to broadly blame the PSRB ended in embarrassment. The Malheur Enterprise, in its series with ProPublica titled “A Sick System: Repeat Attacks After Pleading Insanity,” suggested the PSRB was endangering the public. Most notably, a piece filled with statistics appeared to show that “people freed by Oregon officials after being found criminally insane are charged with new felonies more often than convicted criminals released from state prison.” But last January, after a reader had prompted a review of “the underlying data and assertions” in The Malheur Enterprise’s reporting, ProPublica posted what amounted to a series-wide retraction. They discovered that the coverage had dramatically overestimated the frequency with which people discharged by the PSRB committed new felonies — in fact, the recidivism rates of offenders released from prison were much higher. The errors were attributed to a scarcity of available data and a … [Read more...] about Pleas of Insanity: The Mysterious Case of Anthony Montwheeler
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But the stars of the film are Gajraj Rao, Neena Gupta, Manurishi Chaddha and Sunita Rajwar. Gajrao Rao as Shankar Tripathi is arrogant but unintentionally funny. The actor stands out in the meatiest role of his career. Especially, his scenes with Neena Gupta are bang on. Neena Gupta as Sunaina Tripathi is a loving and badass mother. The actress has given a solid performance and managed to bring a smile on audiences’ faces with her impeccable comic timing. … [Read more...] about Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan Movie Review: Ayushmann’s Film Teaches A Lesson To Homophobic People
As the Mueller investigation moves closer to the president’s inner circle, including his own family, Trump may feel increasingly hamstrung in his ability to make a grand bargain with Russia – say, agreeing to accept Russia’s illegal annexation of the Crimean peninsula in Ukraine in exchange for Russia’s help arranging a peaceful leadership transition in Syria – and be forced to accept the status quo in U.S.-Russia relations. But many of these constraining forces are on the wane. Corker is retiring. Tillerson, who has a notoriously poor relationship with Trump, has one foot out the door. Sen. John McCain, another influential Russia hardliner, has brain cancer. For all his power, Mattis (and perhaps National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster) may not be able stop a president who, prickly and eruptible, seems to want to make enemies of his friends, and friends with his enemies. “There’s nothing I can think of that I’d rather do,” said … [Read more...] about What Is Trump’s Foreign Policy on Russia?
But we’ve also seen, both in flashbacks with Marco and the occasional appearances of “Viktor” and “Giselle,” how much pleasure he takes in separating suckers from their money. He’s incredulous that Mike wouldn’t want to go along on such a simple caper. Jimmy ends the episode standing in a half-open doorway, wanting to go to Kim to offer comfort, but unsure of how to do it. He’s at a personal crossroads. Go one way, and he rides out the suspension, finds a new specialty now that he’s toxic to senior citizens, and he and Kim build a simple but happy life together. Go the other way, and… well, this is one of those situations where our knowledge of where the story is going is both feature and bug. It gives every scene of Jimmy slippin’ into Saul extra dramatic heft, and it makes me sad to watch. Walter White’s transformation into Heisenberg will cause far more collateral damage than Jimmy’s into Saul Goodman, but … [Read more...] about ‘Better Call Saul’ Recap: Dead Letter Office
By the time his brother George departed to enter the coast guard, Bob was drawing a salary as a singer, keyboard player and guitarist in a succession of local bands, beginning with a power trio called the Decibels, and then joined a bar band, the Town Criers. During this period Seger became friendly with Doug Brown, the leader of a group called the Omens and a sometime songwriter for Michigan’s own Del Shannon. Bob jumped to the Omens and in the process encountered Eddie “Punch” Andrews, a small-time concert promoter who had a tiny record label called, by turns, Punch, Hideout and then Palladium Records. Numbered among the label’s humble stable of talent were Brown, Suzi Quatro and a group called the Mushrooms that included future Eagle Glenn Frey. … [Read more...] about The Fire This Time