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Savannah-Chatham County, GA — During the trial of two former deputies and a contract healthcare worker charged with killing a computer science student in police custody, jurors recently reviewed the surveillance video showing the cops beating the student to death. Although at least nine deputies
By: Sally Breen
Where to turn for good news? Recently it is in short supply.
Synopsis of the situation: Russia has long been an ally of Syrian President Bashar al Assad and believes that if Assad were to be forced from office, the region would fall to the terrorist forces of IS (Islamic State). The United States, in both early and recent warnings,
By: The Muse
Quvenzhane Wallis and I have two things in common: We’re black women in mostly white, mostly male industries and our names are considered to be difficult to pronounce. And while the controversy surrounding Miss Wallis during the Academy Award weekend—from the butchering of her name to the Onion’s
woman in Carlsbad, California is suing police after an officer punched her in the face while arresting her over an alleged seatbelt violation.The New York Daily News reported on a police brutality suit brought by 40-year-old Cindy Hahn
We are in imminent danger! But not from the Iran Deal—at least not yet. We are in far greater danger from the assault of the Nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty (NPT). This year was the established time for a review of the NPT. It ended in utter failure in May when three of the “States Parties,” the United States, Canada, and the U.K., could not agree on the seriousness of the humanitarian impact of the use of nuclear weapons and the implementation
Niagara Falls, NY — Arrested and charged with felony assault, a Niagara Falls police officer has recently been suspended without pay after witnesses reported seeing him kicking and beating a man unconscious with his motorcycle helmet. On Monday, reporters interviewed a previous victim who settled out of court after the same cop arrested and beat her unconscious when she reported her wallet stolen.
On the afternoon of September 5, off-duty officer James Conte was riding his motorcycle when he reportedly pulled up alongside a couple of cars and gave the drivers the middle finger. After following one of the vehicles,