OTHAL TOREYANE RESHEEN WALLACE
THIS MAN HAD NO INTENTIONS OF CAUSING BODILY HARM! THIS MAN, MR. WALLACE WAS SITTING OUTSIDE IN HIS CAR. HE WAS ALONE, NOT MAKING EXCESSIVE NOISE, NOT CAUSING A SCENE. HE WAS APPROACHED, PHYSICALLY TOUCHED, AND HARRASSED, NOT EVEN BEING TOLD WHY HE WAS BEING QUESTIONED BY A POLICE OFFICER. THE COP EVEN FELT IT NECESSARY TO USE UNNECESSARY FORCE BY ATTEMPTING TO REPEATEDLY PUSH MR.WALLACE BACK INTO HIS VEHICLE. THIS WHOLE ENCOUNTER WAS NOT NEEDED AND CONTINUES TO SHOW THE OFFICERS TAKING THE LAW INTO THEIR OWN HANDS
TikTok Privacy And Racism
Hello from The Goods’ twice-weekly newsletter! On Tuesdays, internet culture reporter Rebecca Jennings uses this space to update you all on what’s been going on in the world of TikTok. Is there something you want to see more of? Less of? Different of? Email me at [email protected], and subscribe to The Goods’ newsletter here. Emmuhlu was everything people loved about TikTok: She was funny, weird, relatable, and open about her struggles with mental health and body image. She dyed her hair fun colors, delivered goofy screeds laden with feminist and progressive messages, and rapped flawless lyrics to Nicki Minaj; her love of the artist earned her a top spot among the Barbz, Nicki Minaj’s fan army.
Justice For Tamir Elijah Rice
On November 22, 2014, Tamir Rice, a 12-year-old African-American boy, was killed in Cleveland, Ohio, by Timothy Loehmann, a 26-year-old white police officer. Rice was carrying a replica toy gun; Loehmann shot him almost immediately after arriving on the scene. Two officers, Loehmann and 46-year-old Frank Garmback, were responding to a police dispatch call regarding a male who had a gun.
On April 11, 2021, Daunte Wright, a 20-year-old biracial Black man, was fatally shot by police officer Kimberly Potter during a traffic stop and attempted arrest for an outstanding arrest warrant in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota. After a brief struggle with officers, Wright was shot at close range. He then drove off a short distance, but his vehicle collided with another and hit a concrete barrier. Officers pulled Wright out of his car and administered CPR, but were unsuccessful, and he was pronounced dead at the scene.
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Kidnapping, also spelled kidnaping, criminal offense consisting of the unlawful taking and carrying away of a person by force or fraud or the unlawful seizure and detention of a person against his will. The stats and facts on kidnapping are disheartening. Has it ever occurred to you that abducted people in the great majority of cases end up killed shortly after the abduction? Did you know that unemployment, poverty, and bad political status may trigger offenders to commit such a horrible crime?
Justice For Stephon Clark
In the late evening of March 18, 2018, Stephon Clark, a 22-year old African-American man, was shot and killed in Meadowview, Sacramento, California by Terrence Mercadal and Jared Robinet, two officers of the Sacramento Police Department in the backyard of his grandmother's house while he had a phone in his hand. The encounter was filmed by police video cameras and by a Sacramento County Sheriff's Department helicopter which was involved in observing Clark on the ground and in directing ground officers to the point at which the shooting took place.
The Art Of War
Before you go to war, you first need to know how your oppressors are going to come! First off, they are one of the biggest white supremacist groups in the United States. Which is coming to light more and more, almost everyday. They wear patrol badges on their sleeves. In fact, they started wearing these back when slavery was at it's highest. "National Police Week" was founded in remembrance of the Patrollers. Not only did the Patrollers enforce slavery, but they also helped capture slaves to control the new labor force.