Victims Of Violence At Kenosha Protests File Suit Against Facebook For Empowering “Right-Wing Militias to Inflict Extreme Violence”

Militia group

Four people filed a lawsuit against Facebook in a Wisconsin federal court, arguing that the social media platform enabled the violence that took place during the protests in Kenosha. The five-count civil complaint filed on Tuesday accuses Facebook of empowering “right-wing militias to inflict extreme violence and deprive Plaintiffs and …

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2 Louisville Police Officers Shot Following Grand Jury’s Decision To Not Charge The Three Officers Involved In Breonna Taylor’s Death With Murder; Suspect In Custody

Larynzo Johnson

Following the grand jury ruling in the death of 26-year-old Breonna Taylor, which resulted in a decision not to indict the three officers involved on murder-related charges, protests erupted in Atlanta, Chicago, New York, and Louisville where two officers were shot. A spokesman for the Louisville Metropolitan Police Department issued …

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Kentucky Attorney General Goes After ‘Celebrities, Influencers And Activists’ After Breonna Taylor Decision, Says Celebs And Other Social Figures ‘Will Try To Tell Us How To Feel’

Daniel Cameron

Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron called out  the reactions to Breonna Taylor’s grand jury decision from “celebrities, influencers, and activists,” warning citizens to not allow famous people to “try to tell us how to feel.” The news that Taylor’s murderers would not face true justice is a decision that is …

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