Cops with quotas is nothing new.
In this episode of Your Black World News, Roosevelt MItchell III (http://disabilityscholar.com/) discuss the lawsuit that has been filed on behalf of the black NYPD officers against their department. Read more at http://newsone.com/3358527/news-round…
This is a crying onions story but needs to be told.
Leo Grand, a homeless man, describes where he is spending the night as New York City braces for what’s being called a historic blizzard.
I thought filming officers was legal? I guess not in a militarized police state.
The real reason for me being pulled over was the fact that I’ve been known by their organization to film all of my interactions with police. –John Houghtaling
Akai Gurley, in a photograph that was posted to his profile on ExploreTalent, a casting website for actors and models.
Why the f*ck is a rookie doing patrol in Pink Houses? This is another tragedy on all levels and the NYPD has a serious problem with trigger happy officers who have no respect for black life.
via NY Times
A rookie New York City police officer shot and killed an unarmed 28-year-old man in a darkened stairwell in Brooklyn late Thursday night, according to the police.
Police Commissioner William J. Bratton said that the victim, Akai Gurley, was “a total innocent” and called the shooting “an unfortunate accident.”