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At 15, Kenneth Lamont Robinson was convicted for murder under South Carolina’s accomplice liability law, despite not committing the shooting that killed Kedena Brown.
The state is one of eight that allow cops to arraign people on misdemeanor charges. Advocates and academics say the practice is unjust.
How the politics of storm preparation reveal whose lives matter, and who gets left behind.
Prisoners are striking to end death by incarceration, prison slavery and poor living conditions.