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A ruling from the highest court in Massachusetts that provides some qualification on what constitutes ‘reasonable suspicion’ aims to protect black citizens from racial profiling.
By Amanda Hoover, Staff September 22, 2016
Massachusetts’s highest court ruled that black men who flee voluntary encounters with police shouldn’t be looked at with greater suspicion than those who comply with consensual stops Continue reading
Investigators may probe Cascade Mall suspect’s citizenship status, voting record
Natalie Brand, KING 6:43 PM. PDT September 28, 2016
The Cascade Mall shooting suspect, Arcan Cetin, may face an additional investigation related to his voting record and citizenship status.
Federal sources confirm to KING 5 that Cetin was not a U.S. citizen, meaning legally he cannot vote. However, state records show Cetin registered to vote in 2014 and participated in three election cycles, including the May presidential primary.
Cetin, who immigrated to the United States from Turkey Continue reading
Criminal immigrants reoffend at higher rates than ICE has suggested
By Maria Sacchetti Globe Staff June 04, 2016
They were among the nation’s top priorities for deportation, criminals who were supposed to be sent back to their home countries. But instead they were released, one by one, in secret across the United States. Federal officials said that many of the criminals posed little threat to the public, but did little to verify whether that was true.
A Globe review of 323 criminals released in New England from 2008 to 2012 found that as many as 30 percent committed new offenses, including rape, attempted murder, and child molestation — a rate that is markedly higher than Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials have suggested to Congress in the past. Continue reading
Protesters break into Walmart after shutting down part of I-85
Updated:Sep 21 2016 08:09AM EDT / http://www.fox46charlotte.com
CHARLOTTE, NC – Protesters headed to the Walmart on N. Tryon in the University area after shutting down Interstate-85 at WT Harris Blvd. early Wednesday morning following the shooting death of 43-year-old Keith Lamont Scott.
Officers in riot gear blocked the entry to Walmart after it was broken into. Continue reading
Pittsburgh Police Chief Under Fire For Controversial Photo, Union Says Calls Department Racists
January 2, 2015 6:35 PM
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Pittsburgh’s Police Chief is under fire for a controversial photo that is making its rounds on Facebook, and some are saying the Chief called his entire department racist. Continue reading