The year-old who got dragged across the pavement by an arresting officer -- despite being handcuffed and compliant -- says he forgives the cop for doing him wrong, but he'd appreciate an apology. He knows what the cop did has his family and his community in Mansfield, Ohio justifiably upset The teenager tells us he doesn't want the officer to get fired because he'd be without a paycheck for his family, and says as long as Moore learns from his mistake, and takes the training necessary before returning to his job D'Angelo says he'd be down to speak with Moore too
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Man revenge rapes son’s rapist — RT World News
On Thursday morning, the city of Boulder announced the investigation had closed and the officer, who had already resigned, had not racially profiled the man. That morning, John Smyly, a Boulder police officer, was driving around the area of Folsom Street and Arapahoe Avenue to help provide extra patrol units after a few crimes — including bike theft, burglary and trespassing at an orthodontics office — had been reported in the area, according to the executive summary of the internal affairs investigation. Around a. Atkinson, who was holding a trash grabber and bucket, said he did. Smyly insisted on confirming he did in fact live at the building, and when Atkinson walked away and continued picking up trash around the property, he followed from a distance. He repeatedly asked Atkinson to sit down and told him that he was obstructing a police officer by walking away.
Man revenge rapes son’s rapist
Suddenly single at 52, I had a lot to learn about dating. But nothing prepared me for the casual racism. I had been with my partner for six years when she announced, abruptly, that it was over.
Reuters -Wisconsin prosecutors on Tuesday cleared a white police officer of criminal charges in the shooting a Black man from behind in the presence of his young children, leaving him paralyzed and triggering deadly protests that inflamed U. The decision against prosecuting Sheskey or the two other officers on the scene could incite more demonstrations, which have frequently broken out in the United States in recent years after police have been cleared of wrongdoing in shootings of African Americans. Calm remained after dark as about 50 people braved subfreezing temperatures and marched through streets where storefronts had been boarded up in anticipation of unrest. Kenosha, a city of , people between Milwaukee and Chicago, had braced for the decision, and Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers authorized the Wisconsin National Guard to support local law enforcement. Protests broke out last summer in response to viral cellphone video that showed Blake walking around the front of his car with Sheskey following and opening fire after Blake opened the door.