Sheriff's deputy shot dead by sheriff's deputy.

Officer Blane Salamoni shot and killed Sterling during a struggle outside a convenience store where the 37-year-old black man was selling homemade CDs. Officer Howie Lake II helped wrestle Sterling to the ground, but Lake didn't fire his gun.Federal authorities said Salamoni yelled that Sterling was reaching for a gun in his pocket before shooting him three times, and then fired three more shots... Show more

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L.A. Ramon My brother was murdered the summer of 2016 and this story is exactly how they treated my brothers case. I understand the family's dilemma i eventually told my mother were are on our own, so let us decide what we want and how to achieve it. It's sad but I have absolutely no trust for this system. 3 days ago
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"Calling for reforms to police training implies that the problems of policing lie in the shortcomings of the police force, says Alex Vitale, sociology professor and author of The End of Policing. But the real issues lie with the actual mission that police forces are tasked with -- from policing schools and dealing with mental health crises, to waging an endless war on drugs."

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Women and children are sexually assaulted and abused every day in jails and prisons in this #shitholecountry. You think those Hollywood celebrities Oprah gave a speech to give a damn about them? #endslavery

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L.A. Ramon I'm gonna stay satisfied with just reading the article header. This gets me on one 5 days ago
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We gotta monitor this slavecatcher's movements lest he 'slip through the cracks' again.

'Embattled Officer Timothy Loehmann, who was fired not for shooting Rice, but for fibbing on his job application, will begin arbitration proceedings Wednesday, Jan. 10, four sources familiar with the matter told Cleveland.com. The proceedings are scheduled to last three days, but there’s no word on how long...
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"On Friday, January 5, 2018, the Southern Center for Human Rights, and Alabama Appleseed Center for Law and Justice filed a lawsuit in state court challenging the refusal of 49 Alabama sheriffs to produce public records. Those records would allegedly show whether, and if so by how much, the Sheriffs have personally profited from funds allocated for feeding people in their jails."

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