The former Minneapolis police officer convicted of murdering George Floyd apparently doesn't think kneeling on someone's neck for more than nine minutes until they die is murder.
Fox News reported on Vanita Gupta's popularity with police, but Peter Doocy took aim anyway -- and missed.
Cell phone video recently made public shows a White off-duty New Rochelle police officer brutally assaulting an unarmed Black man as on-duty officers restrain the man and then the officer.
If police know they're being recorded, and that a lawyer is on the line listening to advise the driver, maybe they think twice before brutalizing Black people during a traffic stop.
Linneman said basketball players “just need to play the game and that’s it” and “their opinion doesn’t really matter.” Shut up and dribble, in other words.
Newsmax host Greg Kelly isn't big on transparency. After all, it's the body cam footage that is upsetting people, not the behavior of the police. Wow.
Tiffany Cross' panel gave the police speaking out no brownie points, and people hoping for a conviction a reality check when talking about the murder trial of Derek Chauvin.
Defense attorney Gyasi Ross explained on the Cross Connection why as traumatizing as staying on the sidewalk was for witnesses to Derek Chauvin's brutality, they did the right thing.
As a girl's high school basketball team kneeled for the national anthem, announcers used racial slurs to degrade them.
I guess if they're not allowed to do the no-knock warrants, they need another vehicle to kill innocent Black people.
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