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Alysia Santo is a staff writer. She was a finalist for a 2015 Livingston Award for a story about the sexual abuse of Texas prisoners by staff members. Previously, she covered issues in New York’s detention facilities for the Albany Times Union, and was an assistant editor at Columbia Journalism R...

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Nov 15, 2017

Today is @MarshallProj's third anniversary! Help us keep delivering real news about criminal justice, a system plagued with injustice.

Nov 14, 2017

Teens are especially prone to false confessions brought about by aggressive interrogation. So what happened when a Chicago detective told a young suspect to confess or be executed, even though he wasn't even eligible for the death penalty? by @JustADCohen

Nov 09, 2017

"I want a lot of our stories to show life inside prison, but to where prison is irrelevant. It's just life." Here's a little appetizer for the next season of @earhustlesq:

Nov 09, 2017

When it comes to sexual harassment, female prison officers are in a unique position: Not only do they endure abuse from supervisors, they’re also dealing with it from the men in their custody, over whom they wield power. My latest for @MarshallProj:

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