Just kidding, you’ll definitely guess.
His actions speak to an overarching problem with police leveraging their positions of power to access women.
Ramsey County Attorney John Choi announced, “It is my conclusion that the use of deadly force by Officer [Jeronimo] Yanez was not justified and that sufficient facts exist to prove…
“If it seems to be too good to be true, it probably is. In these cases, it definitely is,” the police said.
“In my mind, I’m having fun with the kids and the faculty and I never thought it would take off like this.”
As prevalent an issue as this one might just be, it’s exceedingly difficult to keep track of, and as a result, exceedingly difficult to do anything about.
A bill named after Bland will also be introduced in the state legislature seeking more funding for local jails and improved training for jail personnel.
Someone needs to set this guy straight.
In a news conference Tuesday, the Baltimore police said they asked Facebook and Instagram to deactivate Gaines’ accounts because her followers were telling her to resist their orders.
If true, this allegation would mean there was a deliberate cover-up.
The prosecutors dropped charges against Officer William Porter, who was awaiting a retrial after his first ended in a hung jury in December, and Officer Garrett Miller and Sergeant Alicia White, who never went to trial.…
I know, I know, “if there aren’t weed and drones at the revolution, I’m not coming,” but seriously they’ll just take that shit from you and probably arrest you, at…