Countless before her, and sure to be countless after her, have fallen victim to a criminal justice system that rabidly throws people of color, women, and survivors of domestic violence into prison. Given that we’ve taken to criminalizing these women for trying to protect themselves or for “failure to protect” their children from a domestic abuser – as in the case of Tondalo Hall, another black woman incarcerated in Oklahoma – it isn’t entirely surprising that Marissa was so harshly targeted by overzealous state prosecutor Angela Corey.
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