Missouri Gives Strickland His Freedom, But No Compensation For Decades Lost In Prison

Ali Velshi reports on the local outrage that the state of Missouri is not offering Kevin Strickland any compensation for the 43 years he spent in prison on a wrongful conviction, discharging him from prison with essentially nothing to his name. 
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Rat-infested prison rife with violence say inspectors

A rat-infested institution that’s rife with violence and where inmates are increasingly self-harming. That’s the finding of a damning report into Chelmsford Prison.

The report has been released just months after inspectors issued a rare, urgent warning. Its title, Violence and death in a declining prison, encapsulates the issues.

Justice Secretary Dominic Raab today promised improvements. But campaigners argue it’s just one example of many failings across the entire prison system.

Missouri man exonerated after serving 43 years in prison for triple murder he didn’t commit

After serving 43 years in prison for a triple murder he didn’t commit, Kevin Strickland is now a free man. Erin Moriarty sat down with Strickland, who says he’s thankful for God walking him through the 43 years.

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Kevin Strickland, Wrongfully Convicted, Free After Over 42 Years In Prison

Rachel Maddow reports on the release of Kevin Strickland from a Missouri prison after prosecutors were able to bring his case back before a judge to explain that he had been wrongfully convicted as a teenager over 42 years ago.
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Kevin Strickland freed after 43 years in prison: ‘I didn’t think this day would come’

ABC News’ Linsey Davis reports on the exoneration of Kevin Strickland after 43 years, making his one of the longest wrongful conviction cases in U.S. history.

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NY Man Gets 19 Months In Prison For Threatening Democrats Online

Noah Goldberg, New York Daily News Court Reporter, joins Lawrence O’Donnell to discuss Brendan Hunt’s 19-month prison sentence for threatening the lives of Democratic members of Congress in an online video.
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Papoose on Love & Hip Hop, Remy Ma Prison Time, Fat Joe, Lil Wayne & Timbaland Song (Full Interview)

Papoose came through for his first VladTV interview in some years, and he started off by speaking about his new Timbaland-produced single “Thought I Was Gonna Stop” ft. Lil Wayne. From there, Papoose began to tell his story, including growing up in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn, and he also spoke about starting his rap career in the ‘90s. After speaking about linking up with Kool G Rap and appearing on his 1998 “Roots of Evil” album, Papoose spoke about dropping “Alphabetical Slaughter” and going to jail around the same time. Elsewhere in the interview, Papoose detailed signing his first major label deal, which he said was one of the worst mistakes he made. Papoose also spoke about meeting Remy Ma and being crushed when she went to prison, but Papoose detailed sticking by her side until she came home. To hear more, including Papoose speaking about his latest projects, hit the full interview above.