Monday, February 19, 2018

Wickham on Mississippi Governor Barbour’s Pardons

January 18, 2012 by  
Filed under community, crime, in the news

If you haven’t heard, outgoing Mississippi Republican Governor Haley Barbour pardoned a slew of criminals which would allow them to retain their right to vote. Instead of support from the very organizations fighting to restore voting rights these same groups have degenerated into opposing the Governor’s pardons and Mississippi’s Democratic Attorney General is trying to […]

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Saddest Thing I’ve Read in A Long Time

January 18, 2012 by  
Filed under community, crime, in the news

I reside in the District of Columbia, our nation’s Capitol. And while DC and Official Washington are steps from each other, it seems as if they’re worlds apart. Official Washington’s roads are clean, monuments welcome tourists, and the economy is bustling. In DC, crime is rampant, the unemployment rate is staggering, and regard for one […]

Blogging On Behalf of D.C.’s Homicide Victims

January 24, 2011 by  
Filed under community, crime

Kudos to Laura Norton Amico, recently profiled in the Washington Post, who has committed to blog about victims of homicide in Washington, DC.  I’ve served as a juror in a murder trial.  There is nothing pretty about it.  The trial reinforced a simple truth.  All victims have a story.  All victims have families.  And all […]

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