We didn't know much about Daniel Cameron when the verdict was announced, but we do now.
The family of the young Black man shot in the back by a white police officer at close range spoke to the press and the country about personal and generational trauma of this unhinged systemic racist brutality.
Who can blame Jacob Blake's father for not trusting his son's shooter will see justice? Who can deny Jacob Blake's mother her pain as she prays with her paralyzed son?
Attorney General Bill Barr is trying to justify Trump goons invading American cities by demonizing Black Lives Matter protesters as extremists poised to destroy law and order. George Floyd’s brother had some choice words about what’s really extreme.
Joy Reid had an illuminating discussion with attorney Benjamin Crump, who asked if Black people in America have Second Amendment rights at all. Breonna Taylor's boyfriend was clearly defending himself, and trying to defend her.
If you thought the Ahmaud Abery murder was horrifying, the police murder of Breonna Taylor and the arrest of her licensed-gunowner boyfriend who “stood his ground” when the police barged into the sleeping couple’s apartment in the middle of the night, may be even worse.
Fox News, The O'Reilly Factor, Oct. 20, 2014. Read more here... http://crooksandliars.com/2014/10/oreilly-thinks-al-sharpton-real-problem
The Browns' attorney, Benjamin Crump, emphasizes the need for a real trial, not the sham of a grand jury. Bill-O asserts it's Al Sharpton's fault for the media circus.
Geraldo Rivera has been sticking to his talking points that if Trayvon Martin had not been wearing a hoodie, he may not have been shot and killed by George Zimmerman and that "dressing like a wannabe gangster" contributed to his death. On his
Ed Schultz Reacts To Bill O'Reilly's Claim That Media Is 'Inciting Racial Violence' By Covering Martin Shooting
MSNBC's Ed Schultz took Fox's Bill O'Reilly to task for his claims that the media is somehow inciting racial violence with their coverage of the Trayvon Martin shooting during his interview with the lawyer for the Martin family, Benjamin Crump, and