Sharpton Owes 1.5 million, Looks at Philly Cops Conduct…

Over the past year, Sharpton\'s lawyers and the staff of his nonprofit group, the National Action Network, have been negotiating with the federal government over the size of his debt, which they dispute. The group has also been trying to pay off tens of thousands of dollars it owes for failing to properly maintain workers compensation and unemployment insurance. (AP)

As Rev. Al Sharpton presses on with his crusade to have federal prosecutors look at the shooting death of Sean Bell, news has surfaced that he owes a whopping 1.5 million dollar in taxes from his business and personal incomes. He also is looking at the recent case of Philadelphia police brutally kicking and beating shooting suspects caught on a helicopter camera. More below:

Whatever retaliation they do on me, we never stop,” he told the AP. “I think that that is why they try to intimidate us.”

Over the past year, Sharpton’s lawyers and the staff of his nonprofit group, the National Action Network, have been negotiating with the federal government over the size of his debt, which they dispute. The group has also been trying to pay off tens of thousands of dollars it owes for failing to properly maintain workers compensation and unemployment insurance.

Over the past year, Sharpton’s lawyers and the staff of his nonprofit group, the National Action Network, have been negotiating with the federal government over the size of his debt, which they dispute. The group has also been trying to pay off tens of thousands of dollars it owes for failing to properly maintain workers compensation and unemployment insurance.

On Thursday, Sharpton said he may soon add another cause—the case of three shooting suspects who appeared to have been beaten and kicked by police during an arrest in Philadelphia.

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