With racial tensions high and a tattered relationship between law enforcement and those they are sworn to protect, it has been a huge fear that violence would become more frequent. Today, that fear came true after a black man in New York ambushed two NYPD officers sitting in their patrol car, shooting and killing both of them before losing his own life.
Surely you have heard about the arrest of Bobby Shmurda as part of a sting operation in New York. There has been some blind speculations (Gossip) about what exactly he was charged with, below is a list
The world has been watching the production of a controversial movie "The Interview" based around a plot to kill North Korean Leader, Kim Jong- Un in a CIA plot. The film was set to debut on Christmas day but after causing some tension between the U.S. and North Korea, Sony has pulled the film.
Last week we reported about a N.C. teen, Lennon Lacy, found hanging by a dog leash and how his family along with authorities are trying to put together the details about what and who killed him. They have begun to gather up all of the details and Federal Investigators claim that the death was a suicide but Lacy's family suggests otherwise
The world erupted after the non-indictments in the cases surrounding two unarmed black men slain at the hands of the law, Mike Brown, and Eric Garner. Since the verdicts were announced in both cases, millions of people across the country began to protest in various ways, even as extreme as laying the middle of busy highways 'playing dead'. When the protests began to take over the nation, Civil Rights Activist Rev. Al Sharpton, saw it fit to put together another 'March on Washington', a huge protest that is organized and non-violent.
Capitol Hill was the site of history today as more than 100 Congressional staffers walked out of their jobs with their hands up. The act was to protest the recent non-indictments in the cases surrounding Mike Brown and Eric Garner.
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