tPP in the News

tPP in the News

30 October 2020 “Federal Prosecutors Engaged in Unprecedented Push to Jail Protesters before Trial” [The Intercept]

27 October 2020: “Federal Felony Charges Against 300 in Police Protests” [The Crime Report]

27 October 2020: “America’s protest crackdown: five months after George Floyd, hundreds face trials and prison” [The Guardian]

28 September 2020: “Federal Charges for Black Lives Matter Protesters Even More Appalling in Light of Breonna Taylor Indictment” [The Root]

24 September 2020: “2 Black Lives Matter demonstrators are facing life in prison. Experts say the ‘deeply disturbing’ potential sentences are an ‘unprecedented’ form of government overreach”   [Insider]

13 July 2020: “The Federal Government’s Aggressive Prosecution of Protestors” [Lawfare]

13 July 2020: “White Supremacist Prosecutions Roundup” [Lawfare]

7 July 2020: “They Came to Support People Getting Out of Jail. Then They Were Attacked By Police.” [In These Times]

16 January 2020: Prosecution Project examines how sociopolitical crimes are prosecuted[Miami University News & Events: Top Stories]

31 December 2019: “Republican Death Threats Are Undermining Our Democracy.” [The Philadelphia Inquirer]

14 November 2019:The Prosecution Project aided by Research Computing Support group[Miami University News from the Office for the Advancement of Research and Scholarship]

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30 May 2019:AOC says she gets death threats after organizations air ‘hateful messages’ about her[USA Today]

26 March 2019: Prosecutions for death threats against US politicians spiked last year[Quartz]

1 December 2018: TV interview with tPP Director about the 2018 FBI Hate Crimes Report and the utility of tPP [Sinclair Broadcast Group]

16 November 2018: “As hate crimes rise across the U.S., a Miami team researches political motivations and prosecution” [Miami University News and Communications]