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Cyntoia Brown and Robert Mueller's investigations into Donald Trump and his cohorts may seem unrelated, but they tell the same story.
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A new study conducted by the Vera Institute of Justice titled, “Race and Prosecution in Manhattan,” revealed that Black and Latino defendants in Manhattan are more likely to be held pretrial proceedings and ultimately sentenced to prison than white or Asian defendants.
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