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N.Y. Attorney General Sues NYPD Over Response to George Floyd Protests

On Thursday, the New York Attorney General sued the New York Police Department, calling the brutal treatment of demonstrators against racial injustice last spring part of a long-standing trend of violence resulting from insufficient preparation, oversight, and discipline. The complaint by Attorney General Letitia James provides multiple examples of alleged …

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R.Kelly Will Go To Trial In Chicago For Child Pornography Charges

R Kelly No Getting Released

R&B singer R.Kelly will go to trial in Chicago for child pornography and obstruction charges next year. However, the federal trial is set for September. U.S. District Judge Harry Leinenwber set the trial to begin September 12, 2021, but expects the date to change because of the pandemic. Kelly pleaded not …

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Massive Harlem Drug Bust Leads To Fourteen Men Being Indicted

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People are getting jammed up left and right. Authorities in Harlem just indicted 14 men for their part in a massive drug ring. Prosecutors allege that the group of drug dealers, some going by the names of “Big Man,” “Sherm,” “Pooch,” and “Musada,” took part in a yearlong drug trafficking …

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Facial Recognition Company Lied To School About Its Racist Technology That Targets Black People

Documents reveal Lockport School District’s facial recognition system wrongly identifies Black students at disproportionately higher rates, and mistakes brook handles for guns.  Families of students, particularly Black families in upstate New York, have been concerned about their children’s safety during school following the installation of a network of facial recognition …

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Casanova Wanted By FBI, Hit With A RICO Charge

Members of the infamous Untouchable Gorilla Stone Nation gang were indicted for murdering a teenager and other serious crimes. “The violence and drug activity committed by these gang members threatened the safety of our communities and placed innocent lives at risk,” said William F. Sweeney Jr., FBI Assistant Director.” But …

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