Timing Of “Affluenza,” Rice Cases Points To Issues Of Unequal Justice

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The timing of Ethan Couch’s capture in the “affluenza” case is likely to raise questions about equal justice under the law, says the Christian Science Monitor. The manhunt for Couch ended the same day a Cleveland grand jury declined to bring charges against two police officers who killed 12-year-old Tamir Rice in 2014. “You can't
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