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Jussie Smollett was back in court on Monday, Feb. 24, 2020, where he pleaded not guilty to new charges in relation to allegations that he staged a racist and homophobic attack on himself last year. The “Empire” star was originally accused of orchestrating the attack back in January 2019, and whilst original charges against him —…

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The 27-year-old landscaper – who is the former boyfriend of the late Bobbi Kristina Brown – was arrested for allegedly hitting his partner Laura Leal last month, and after pleading not guilty to the alleged offense, it has now been reported that the charges against him have been dropped. According to TMZ, prosecutors on the…

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In January of this year for almost a month, White militia terrorists occupied the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in defiance of federal authority and law. The group received unprecedented cooperation and help from locals and law enforcement officials during the occupation even though they threatened violence. The militia was allowed to receive mail, travel freely…

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The death of Freddie Gray while in police custody has resulted in a huge back pay bonanza for one Baltimore police officer. Lt. Brian Rice, who was acquitted of all charges in Gray’s death, will receive an estimated $127K according to Baltimore’s Board of Estimates. The cash “represents the amount of salary that Mr. Rice…

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Today, Baltimore Police Lt. Brian Rice was found not guilty on all charges related to Freddie Gray’s death last year. Rice was the highest ranking officer of the six accused in Gray’s death and was facing charges of involuntary manslaughter, reckless endangerment and misconduct in office. Earlier this year, officers Edward Nero and Caesar Goodson…

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Juror B-29, known simply to the public as Maddy, came out publicly to share with the world how perplexed she was after the “not guilty” verdict was handed down in the George Zimmerman trial this summer in the shooting death of innocent and unarmed teen Trayvon Martin in February 2012. During a recent episode of…

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More than a week after the not guilty verdict heard around the world, the Trayvon Martin protests and marches have not subsided, but instead have grown. There were reportedly marches and demonstrations in more than 100 cities across the country that brought out A-list urban superstars and even inspired President Obama to comment on the…

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The family of Trayvon Martin gave their first public interview since George Zimmerman was acquitted of second-degree murder and manslaughter charges in the shooting death of the 17-year-old college bound boy that touched off impassioned protests nationwide. Tracy Martin, Sybrina Fulton, Trayvon’s brother Jahvaris Fulton and family attorney Ben Crump appeared on the “Today” show…

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Trayvon Martin’s passionate supporters take to the streets in Los Angeles and Oakland to display their displeasure with the George Zimmernan “not guilty” verdict. They blocked traffic in major intersections forcing Cali’s law enforcement to go into tactical alert. Police wore full S.W.A.T. team gear as some protestors hurled not only obscenities but also batteries…

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For the second consecutive night, the chants of “I am Trayvon” could be heard echoing back and forth between the buildings in south L.A. and downtown Oakland. Trayvon Martin’s passionate supporters took to the streets, literally. Blocking traffic and taking control of popular intersections, proud and angry protestors caused police in both cities to go…

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