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George Floyd’s surviving family members did not believe the official autopsy report from the Hennepin County Medical Examiner’s Office in Minnesota that absolved the police department of culpability in his death. The family commissioned an independent autopsy that reveals Floyd died from homicide caused by asphyxiation due to neck and back compression. It happened as…

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Mayor Rufus Davis of Camilla, Georgia, has retained national civil rights attorney Ben Crump to represent him in an ongoing feud with city officials to end “segregationist practices.” Davis, who was elected mayor in 2015, governs a city with a total racial composition of 69 percent Black, according to a 2015 Census. Despite the high…

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A powerful new show by TV One titled “Evidence of Innocence” hosted by noted civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump is currently filming in major cities. According to TV One, the show “will profile the unbelievable true stories of individuals who were convicted of crimes they didn’t commit, the journey each endured to have their cases…

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Michael Brown Update

The recent release of surveillance camera video footage and pictures of Michael Brown has sparked outrage. The family’s attorney Benjamin Crump told media outlets that the decision was “devious “and called it “Police Tactics 101, blame the victim.” Crump went on to state that the family was devastated to learn of the footage and the…

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There’s breaking news overnight in the Kendrick Johnson case. An unidentified student confessed in an email in January 2014 that he killed Kendrick Johnson. The anonymous e-mail tip is dated Jan. 27. The sender of the email does not suggest he or she personally witnessed a confession. However, the sender claims to have received information…

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