From Harper’s Weekly Review:
The state of Oklahoma was found to have spent less than one percent of its COVID-19 recovery funds, and it was reported that an Oklahoma man who was wrongfully imprisoned for murder used his pandemic relief money to hire a private investigator who successfully cleared his name.
Oklahoma’s top jurist called for the removal of a district judge who exchanged more than 500 text messages with her bailiff during the trial of a man accused of murdering a toddler, in which she demeaned jurors, attorneys, and witnesses. “He looks constipated,” she wrote of a prosecutor. “Why does he have baby hands?”