More than 30 years later, justice closes in on the Salvadorans behind the rape and murder of American nuns.
Raymond Bonner, a lawyer and former New York Times journalist, is the author of Anatomy of Injustice: A Murder Case Gone Wrong, about an innocent man, Edward Lee Elmore, sent to death row.
In his new book, A Wilderness of Error, famed documentarian Errol Morris contends that convicted murderer Jeffrey MacDonald didn’t kill his wife and daughters. Reporter and lawyer Raymond Bonner is not convinced by Morris’s retrying of this famous case—and Morris’s disdain for the legal system.
Many were stunned by his displays of audacity, aplomb, and brazenness at the Leveson Inquiry.
Gina Rinehart, one of the world’s richest women, feuds with her children over a family trust even as she angles to become a media tycoon.
Cyrus Vance Jr. did the right thing by dismissing the DSK rape case, Raymond Bonner writes.
A scathing new report out of Britain finds that there is no military solution left for the region. Raymond Bonner on how it's time for the U.S. to seriously negotiate with the Taliban.
The deaths of 30 asylum seekers in a capsized boat off Australia highlights the political complications of asylum, as exposed by recent WikiLeaks cables. Raymond Bonner reports from Sydney.
A new study from Harvard looks at how the American media covered waterboarding. Raymond Bonner on how reporters became allies of law enforcement—instead of the skeptics they’re supposed to be.