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    56 Negroes Killed By American Police

    The troubling trend of police killing unarmed Black people has shown no signs of letting up, from Tamir Riceto Botham Shem Jean to Emantic “EJ” Fitzgerald Bradford Jr., there appears to be a new shooting every week. Take a look below at the growing gallery of unarmed Black men and boys who have been shot and killed by police. […] More

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    Broward County Sheriff Asks For Patience During Investigation Into Teen’s Rough Arrest

    BSO places deputy on ‘restrictive administrative assignment’ BROWARD COUNTY, Fla. – Broward County Sheriff Gregory Tony asked for patience Friday as Internal Affairs investigates the rough arrest of a 15-year-old boy in Tamarac.  “Roughly 90 days ago, I was appointed to this position exclusively about accountability. And that accountability will be held, not just for the […] More

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    Chicago Mayor-Elect Wants Feds to Re-Open Laquan McDonald Police Coverup Investigation

    (CHICAGO) — Chicago Mayor-elect Lori Lightfoot wants her former colleagues at the U.S attorney’s office to re-examine the acquittals of three police officers accused of covering up the police shooting of Laquan McDonald. A judge in January found the officers not guilty of conspiracy, obstruction of justice and official misconduct. Former Officer Joseph Walsh, Officer Thomas Gaffney and former […] More

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    Fearing For His Life Ramsey Orta filmed the killing of Eric Garner.

    The video traveled far, but it wouldn’t get justice for his dead friend. Instead, the NYPD would exact their revenge through targeted harassment and eventually imprisonment — Orta’s punishment for daring to show the world police brutality. Ramsey Orta and Eric Garner were deciding where to eat when the police approached. Orta immediately raised his cellphone and hit record. He’d been […] More

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    Jamaican Musician Sentenced To Eight Years In Prison For Possessing Legally-Obtained Marijuana

    A Jamaican-born musician was sentenced to eight years in prison without parole for transporting marijuana he says he obtained legally. Patrick Beadle, 46, was sentenced Wednesday by Madison County Circuit Judge William Chapman after a jury in July convicted him of drug trafficking, the Mississippi Clarion-Ledger reported. He had 2.89 pounds of marijuana in his vehicle when […] More

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    An Officer Was Fired For What The Police Chief Calls ‘racist’ Social Media Posts After Arrest Of NBA Player

    MILWAUKEE USA- The Milwaukee Police Department said it has fired an officer for posting “racist” and “derogatory” content on social media about the arrest and tasing of NBA player Sterling Brown. Brown was stopped in January in a drugstore parking lot over a parking violation. Erik Andrade, the fired officer, was one of eight officers […] More

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    Harlem Restauranteur Sues City For Wrongful Arrest

    HARLEM NEW YORK USA- The heart of a Harlem business that you own seems like the last place that a black man should not feel at ease, and yet the New York Times reports that’s what one business owner is saying happened to him at the hands of police, all for trying to help a […] More

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