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WikiLeaks, Trump University And Some Theories?

WikiLeaks, Trump University And Some Theories?

. October 14, 2016 . 0 Comments

Opinion – It’s like waiting to see who has the last laugh or is it? asks one person. Certainly there is nothing funny, While Donald Trump relies on many of the WikiLeaks emails,.. Many in America are waiting for a Trump University Case to start in Late November. At a time when many on the […]

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Fairfax: John Geer’s Killer Gets 1 Year Sentence

Fairfax: John Geer’s Killer Gets 1 Year Sentence

. June 25, 2016 . 0 Comments

According to the Washington Post – The former Fairfax County police officer who shot and killed an unarmed man in his doorway in 2013 was sentenced to a year in jail Friday for involuntary manslaughter, over the vehement objection of the victim’s mother. Having already served more than 10 months behind bars, the officer will […]

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Florida: All White Jury Acquits White Ex-Deputy In Beating Of Black Man..

Florida: All White Jury Acquits White Ex-Deputy In Beating Of Black Man..

. April 10, 2016 . 0 Comments

Marion County, FL – An all-white Federal jury has found Jesse Alan Terrell a white former Marion County Florida sheriff’s deputy not guilty in the beating of an unarmed black man ” Derrick Price, ”  even though other deputies who testified against  Terrell, who were also white, pleaded guilty and are await sentencing. Terrell was one of […]

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Baltimore: 2 School Police Officers Charged In Assault On Teen

Baltimore: 2 School Police Officers Charged In Assault On Teen

. March 9, 2016 . 0 Comments

Warning video is graphic.. Take a good look at Officer Spence, 44 (left) he’s one of two charged in connection with a brutal beating of a teen captured on video. Today Anthony Spencer walked out of jail pending his trial along with a fellow officer, Spence is facing  assault and misconduct in what many say those charges are […]

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TAMPA: Officer’s Courtroom Testimony Raises Many Concerns

TAMPA: Officer’s Courtroom Testimony Raises Many Concerns

. February 15, 2016 . 0 Comments

Tampa – Opinions: When an officer pulls you over, should there be a good reason before or probable cause afterwards? Sounds confusing to me. This is where many citizens across the country become concerned with an officer’s actions. Unrelated: Many of our viewers are already voicing their opinions on this case and are outraged as to […]

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Justice Department Sues City Of Ferguson

Justice Department Sues City Of Ferguson

. February 12, 2016 . 0 Comments

At a time when police face scrutiny across America it’s becoming more apparent that not only are citizens uniting in the fight for Justice but government too. Cities across America are facing an overwhelming amount of lawsuits regarding their officers and seem to settle quite fast turning it’s victim(s) and often the families of victim(s) into […]

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NYPD Officer Peter Liang found guilty in death of Akai Gurley, faces up to 15 years!

NYPD Officer Peter Liang found guilty in death of Akai Gurley, faces up to 15 years!

. February 12, 2016 . 0 Comments

A New York Police Department Officer Peter Liang who shot an unarmed man dead, was found guilty on charges related to the death of Akai Gurley which occurred back in 2014. It took about 17 hours for a jury to decide Liang’s fate. Liang faces up to 15-years in prison, his attorneys plan to appeal. As the […]

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Richmond officer charged in teen’s murder appears to cry in court

Richmond officer charged in teen’s murder appears to cry in court

. February 5, 2016 . 0 Comments

Richmond Police Officer David L. Cobb was granted a $25,000 bond on Friday, with the condition that he will have supervised leave and can’t possess a firearm. Source: Richmond officer charged with Chesterfield teen’s murder appears to cry in court

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NEWARK: Former Officer Sent To Prison For False Police Reports

NEWARK: Former Officer Sent To Prison For False Police Reports

. January 23, 2016 . 0 Comments

Former Bloomfield Police Officer Orlando Trinidad wipes a tear off his face while appearing in Superior Court where he was sentenced to 5 years in state prison. A jury found Orlando and co-defendant, Officer Sean Courter, guilty of official misconduct and … [button color=”gray” size=”medium” link=”http://www.nj.com/essex/index.ssf/2016/01/ex-cop_sent_to_prison_for_false_police_reports_str.html” target=”blank” ]Read More[/button]

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California: Jury awards man shot by San Jose police $11.3 million

California: Jury awards man shot by San Jose police $11.3 million

. December 23, 2015 . 0 Comments

SAN JOSE — In a sign that national concerns about the use of force by police have spread to San Jose, a federal jury here has awarded the largest law enforcement payout in the city’s history — $11.3 million — to a Vietnamese man shot in the back by a San Jose cop last year […]

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