Daily Archives: 1, January 29, 2022

The Gun Who Shot A NYPD Cop Still In Custody The Black Male Who Was Holding The Gun When It Discharged Is Free On $250,000 Bond 10 Days After Shooting

16-year-old rapper and gang member charged with shooting an NYPD cop – and already on probation for gun possession – WALKS FREE on bond with record deal money following just nine days in juvenile detention

Camrin Williams – aka C Blu (left and main) – was locked up in Brooklyn on gun and assault charges for shooting Officer Kaseem Pennant (right), 27, just a week earlier in the Bronx. Williams was arrested after officers responded to reports of unrest on January 18. He refused when officers asked him to take his hands out of his pockets and got into a scrap with the cops. During the battle, a gun Williams – identified as a member of a subset of the Crips – was holding fired and a single bullet struck and wounded Pennant and hit Williams in the groin. Williams, who is already on probation for a 2020 gun possession arrest, posted $250,000 bond to get out of the juvenile facility on Thursday, reportedly with an advance on his contract with Interscope Records.

Pennsylvania No-Excuse Mail-in Voting Ruled Unconstitutional By Commonwealth Court Democrats Will Appeal To The 5-2 Democrat PA Supreme Court

State court calls Pennsylvania’s vote-by-mail law unconstitutional

Published: Jan. 28, 2022 at 3:20 p.m. ET By Associated Press 0

Two Democrats on the Commonwealth Court dissented, and the Pennsylvania Supreme Court — which will hear the appeal — has a 5-2 Democratic majority

The decision, by a five-judge Commonwealth Court panel of three Republicans and two Democrats, was deemed to be on hold immediately since Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration swiftly appealed to the state Supreme Court.

Biden supports nationwide voting by mail, calls Trump’s opposition ‘un-American’

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