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Thursday, August 17, 2017


Ex-Cop Says Sandra Bland Died Because She Was ‘Arrogant’

CNN contributor Harry Houck says Bland is to be blame for own fate While discussing the questionable death of Sandra Bland on CNN, ex-cop and contributor Harry Houck argued that the 28-year-old would not have died in police custody she had not been “arrogant from the very beginning.” “An officer does have the choice to

Ronald Reagan shooter John Hinckley Jr. to be freed after 35 years

WASHINGTON — A judge says the man who attempted to assassinate President Ronald Reagan will be allowed to leave a Washington mental hospital and live full-time in Virginia. Judge Paul L. Friedman ruled Wednesday that John Hinckley Jr. is ready to live in the community. Friedman’s ruling comes more than 35 years after the March

Police watchdog: 3 Chicago cops should be fired for shootings

CHICAGO — There are so many KKK members within the police force who are doing everything possible to continue to traumatize the black community. I personally think this should come to and end. The police men should be held accountable for their crimes. The Chicago police oversight agency that last week ruled that two police

Google’s Parent Company Hires First Black Board Member

USA Today writes: “As president and CEO of financial services giant TIAA, Ferguson manages the retirement investments for university professors and employees  from a variety of educational, medical, government and cultural institutions. Prior to TIAA, Ferguson was head of financial services for insurance company Swiss Re. He sat on the governing board of the Federal Reserve

Jonesville, Louisiana Police Chief FIRED After Blaming President Obama For The “War” On White Cops

A Louisiana police officer is out of a job after blaming President Obama for not doing enough to end violence against white police officers. The Jonesville Town Council asked Tuesday for Police Chief Skylar Dore’s resignation over racially inflammatory comments he made on Facebook, Natchez Democrates “Hey Mr. (expletive) president when are you going to

Treating Sports Photographers as the Artists They Are

[ad_1] “A lot of photos have a religious, iconographic aspect — particularly basketball, where somebody is ascending, somebody descending,” Ms. Buckland said about the cover photo of her accompanying book — Bill Russell blocking Elgin Baylor’s path to the basket during the 1966 N.B.A. championships, looking like elongated dueling angels in an El Greco painting.

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