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journalist @theintercept

Tucson, AZ
Joined March 2009
Last winter, I began looking into a historic wolf hunt on the northern border of Yellowstone National Park. Nearly eight months later, here’s the end result. The wildest story I’ve ever reported. theintercept.com/2022/07/20/…
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“I think it’s a mistake to expand Title 42, one, because it will make the humanitarian crisis worse, and two, because the far-right extremists in the Republican Party are not engaging in a policy debate,” @RepCasar told reporters. theintercept.com/2023/02/02/…
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Great reporting from @akela_lacy on the tens of millions of dollars that poured into the Memphis PD's jump-out boys unit before being disbanded over the fatal beating of Tyre Nichols theintercept.com/2023/01/31/…
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"It's a clown car of absurdities here. The people that are coming up with these ideas are totally misinformed about what really is going on." How Montana's hard right political turn shattered a biologist's faith in the state to recover grizzly bears. theintercept.com/2023/01/29/…
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I just returned from Montana where a new legislative session is underway with a historic Republican supermajority. I spoke with famed bear biologist Chris Servheen about how the state's lurch to the right changed his mind about delisting grizzlies theintercept.com/2023/01/29/…
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I reviewed 20 arrest warrants for 19 Cop City activists charged with domestic terrorism. 0 are accused of seriously injuring anyone 9 are based on only misdemeanor trespassing The docs: documentcloud.org/documents/… The story: grist.org/protest/atlanta-co…
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Killer reporting on a wild and evolving story.
🚨🚨🚨SCOOP🚨🚨🚨 For @thisisinsider, I talked to former FBI agent Charles McGonigal's ex-lover about his cash-fueled double life. Here is what she told me... businessinsider.com/charles-…
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Reflections on the #AtlantaForest defender Manuel Teran (“Little Turtle”) the protester killed on Wednesday who was @DavidPeisner’s primary source for our story “The Forest For The Trees.” Tonight, David’s perspective on this week’s tragic news. bittersoutherner.com/feature…
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If you aren’t already, follow @jlosc9 for coverage of a truly historic trial opening up in NYC. This a big one.
NEW: Mexico’s former top cop is on trial in New York. Genaro García Luna, the "architect" of the drug war, is accused of working with organized crime. Will the U.S. government be implicated? Here's what we may expect from the trial: interc.pt/3iOucRb
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Documenting the shipping container wall being removed from the Coronado National Forest yesterday -- this time standing on the Mexico side. Big news: work crews have removed 257 containers out of a total 923 in a week. At this rate they should all be out by February.
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I'm looking to speak with people who were affected by mass arrests or the special registration after 9/11 in the U.S. Please DM or email at: rozi [dot] ali [at] gmail [dot] com
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Latest on the shipping container border wall mess in southern Arizona: Coronado National Forest has just issued a temporary area closure notice starting January 3, 2023 through March 15, 2023 to begin removing the containers that the governor illegally installed.
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“When we realized that this wasn’t just a protest, that we could actually sit down in the road and stop it, it was the biggest eureka moment. ...I’ve never felt that — that this was real, that this had direct positive impact.” theintercept.com/2022/12/23/…
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Update on Arizona's shipping container border wall debacle: despite agreeing to take down his unauthorized wall, Gov. Ducey is continuing his lawsuit arguing that the project was legal and seeking oral arguments. Will be a case to watch. Filed today: documentcloud.org/documents/…
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Breaking: Arizona has agreed to remove @DougDucey's wall of shipping containers on the border — the move comes in a just-filed stipulation w/ the DOJ following a lawsuit the feds filed over the unauthorized border wall last week documentcloud.org/documents/…
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For background on how we got here, we've got a feature-length article and short doc here: theintercept.com/2022/12/14/… And a special episode of @intercepted that just went up today here: theintercept.com/2022/12/21/…
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This is an incredible account by @notzachcampbell and @lorenzodago of the lengths Italian authorities have gone to target, infiltrate and prosecute humanitarian aid organizations rescuing migrants in the Mediterranean. US-Mexico border parallels abound. theintercept.com/2022/12/21/…
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Hacked phones, undercover cops, and the conspiracy theory at the center of Italy’s crackdown on humanitarian rescue interc.pt/3WiwR44 @notzachcampbell @lorenzodago go behind the scenes of the case against the rescue ship known as the Iuventa
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