Friday links (6/6/14)

The DEA is targeting doctors linked to Massachusetts-based medical marijuana groups. Board approves parole for a man convicted of murder as a juvenile for the first time since an SJC ruling earlier this year found life in prison without parole for juvenile murderers unconstitutional.

Massachusetts-based school uses electro-shock torture to control disabled children.

Here's a list of things we've learned over the past year thanks to Edward Snowden.

How the hacker and government informant "Sabu" orchestrated cyberattacks on Brazilian websites for the FBI.