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August 26, 2014

Man Gunned Down Over Pellet Gun Was Not Given Chance to Drop Weapon, Says Family

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The family of a man who was fαtally shοt for holding a pellet gun at Wal-Mart spoke out on Tuesday. The family of John Crawford III said that he was not given a chance to drop his toy weapon. The attorney for the family, Michael Wright, said that the Ohio Attorney General Mike Dewine should “refer this case to the Department of Justice. Not to a special prosecutor.” Beavercreek police…

Rev. Al Sharpton Says It’s Time for Blacks to Stop Having “Ghetto Pity Parties”

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by Yvette Carnell Everything I know about history teaches me that blacks broke their backs working for free in this country as slaves, then fought for decades to become first class citizens. Rev. Al Sharpton, however, recently demeaned that legacy by saying it’s time for us to stop having “ghetto pity parties.” In Sharpton’s eulogy for Michael Brown on Monday, he had more than a few words to say about…

April V. Taylor: What The Mainstream Media Is Hiding About Ferguson Part 1

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If people were not aware that the mainstream media presents a biased view of current events, the events that unfolded in Ferguson after Michael Brown’s death have revealed the bias to the masses.  Many of the images of protesters and the portrayal of the type of community Ferguson is have not told the whole story.  During my visit to Ferguson, I have witnessed multiple things that the mainstream media has…

Black Officers Upset That Department Sent Money to Michael Brown’s Kιller

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The Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 70 representing Anne Arundel County, Maryland sent $1,000 to help with the legal fees of the officer who gunned down Michael Brown. Now some black officers are upset at their FOP leadership for sending the financial support. The head of the Black Officers Association in the county, Cpl Kam Cooke, told CBC DC that he has spoken to at least 50 black officers who…