Supreme Court Denies Appeal in Case of Black Lives Matter Leader Held Liable for Attack on Police Officer

Minneapolis, MN – The Supreme Court has decided to reject an appeal made by a leader of the Black Lives Matter movement who was held responsible for a violent attack on a police officer. The court’s decision upholds the ruling that found the BLM leader liable for the incident involving the officer. The incident in question took place during a protest organized by the Black Lives Matter movement. The leader allegedly incited the crowd to …

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Supreme Court Denies Appeal of Black Lives Matter Leader Held Liable for Violent Police Attack

Washington, D.C. – The Supreme Court of the United States rejected an appeal from a Black Lives Matter organizer held liable for a violent attack on a police officer at a protest he organized. The decision stems from a case where civil rights activist Deray Mckesson was sued by an unnamed Baton Rouge police officer for injuries sustained during a protest in 2016. The officer, referred to as “John Doe,” alleged that Mckesson should have …

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Recognizing the Urgency of Black Maternal Health Disparities During Black Maternal Health Week

Atlanta, Georgia – Black Maternal Health Week is a crucial time of recognition each year from April 11-17, shedding light on the disparities and challenges faced by Black women in maternal health care. In the United States, pregnancy-related deaths still persist as a pressing issue, despite advancements in medical care. More than 80% of these deaths are preventable, underscoring the importance of timely and quality healthcare for expectant mothers. Racial disparities in maternal health outcomes …

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Man Fatally Shot in Work Van on Reseda Street, Shooter Flees in Black BMW

Reseda, California – A tragic incident unfolded on Monday night as a 60-year-old man lost his life in a shooting on Jamieson Avenue in Reseda. The victim, who was in a work van at the time, was found on the street outside the van, with windows of the van shattered. The shooter, last seen driving off in a black BMW sedan, remains at large. The shooting occurred around 7:15 p.m. in the 7500 block of …

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Former Mississippi Deputies Sentenced for Appalling Attack on Black Men

JACKSON, Miss. – A heartbreaking scene unfolded in a federal courthouse as former law enforcement officer Daniel Dedmon offered a tearful apology to the victims of a heinous attack. Dedmon, along with other officers, engaged in racially motivated violence that left lasting scars on Michael Jenkins and Eddie Parker. The ordeal began with a racist call for violence, prompting Dedmon and his accomplices to break into a home and subject Jenkins and Parker to torture. …

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Former Mississippi Deputies Sentenced for Torturing Two Black Men in Home Break-In

Jackson, Mississippi – Two former deputies from Mississippi were sentenced on Wednesday for their involvement in a horrific case of racial violence. The federal judge condemned their actions as cruel and heinous, as they broke into a home and tortured two Black men alongside four other white officers. Christian Dedmon, 29, was sentenced to 40 years in prison, while Daniel Opdyke, 28, received a sentence of 17 1/2 years. The judge expressed his shock at …

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Former Mississippi Deputies Sentenced to Prison for Torturing Black Men: Judge Condemns ‘Shocking Attacks’

Jackson, Mississippi – Two former Mississippi deputies were visibly emotional in court as they received their prison sentences for the heinous crime of breaking into a home and torturing two Black men. Christian Dedmon, 29, was sentenced to 40 years in prison, while Daniel Opdyke, 28, received a 17.5-year sentence. The U.S. District Judge Tom Lee condemned their cruel actions, stating that Dedmon carried out unimaginable cruel attacks against the victims. During the sentencing, Dedmon …

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Former Officers Receive Lengthy Sentences for Racist Torture of Black Victims in Mississippi

Jackson, Mississippi – Six former law enforcement officers were sentenced for their involvement in the racially motivated and violent torture of two Black men in Rankin County. U.S. District Judge Tom Lee described the attacks as “shocking, brutal, and cruel.” The victims, Michael Corey Jenkins and Eddie Terrell Parker, spoke out against the officers’ actions, with Jenkins calling Deputy Dedmon the “worst example of a police officer in the United States.” Former officer Daniel Opdyke, …

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7-Eleven Employee Fatally Shoots Black Man During Bathroom Dispute

Indianapolis, IN – A tragic incident unfolded at a 7-Eleven convenience store in Indianapolis, Indiana, where a Black man lost his life following a dispute with an employee. The man was fatally shot in the head during an altercation over the use of the store’s bathroom, escalating into a deadly confrontation. The devastating event occurred when the Black man, whose identity has not been disclosed, reportedly engaged in a dispute with a 7-Eleven employee. The …

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Local Man Fatally Shot in Northeast San Antonio, Police Searching for Escapees in Black Hyundai

San Antonio, Texas – A tragic incident unfolded in late February when a local man was fatally shot near his workplace on the Northeast side of San Antonio. The victim, identified as Cesar Garcia, 27, was gunned down in broad daylight, prompting a swift response from the San Antonio Police Department. According to authorities, the shooting occurred around 4:30 p.m. on Feb. 29, near the 6900 block of Northeast Loop 410. Garcia was found lifeless …

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