drug dealers

'Most Wanted' Reinforces the Significance of a Free Press

Forrest Hartman

Hartnett paints Malarek as a hard-charger who will stop at nothing to get his story, and viewers watch that story unfold as each new detail emerges. The nonlinear structure is complicated, but easy enough to follow thanks to writer-director Daniel Roby’s straightforward style. Roby presents the action simply, letting his actors drive the emotion and his camera go where it needs in order to keep us tuned in.

Obama Took a Big StepToward Ending Grotesque Drug Sentencing Laws

Earl Ofari Hutchinson

Obama essentially followed a lead that then Attorney General Eric Holder took when he virtually ordered US attorneys to take a hard look at who they are prosecuting for drug crimes, and why. Holder minced no words in stating the obvious. The overwhelming majority of those prosecuted are mostly poor, blacks and Hispanics, for low level, petty dealing and use. In legions of cases, those offenders were slapped with draconian sentences of 10 or more years with little prospect of parole. 

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