On January 10th, police officers in Memphis killed Tyre Nichols, a 29-year-old African American. The incident has sparked widespread outrage and calls for accountability, as well as questions about the use of force by police and the treatment of young people of color in the criminal justice system.
On the same day an officer is booked into custody for domestic assault and battery, prisoners hold a detention officer hostage.
The Proud Boys were able to cause major disruptions at Trump rallies, with the help of law enforcement in 2020, but since the start of the new year, that has not been the case.
A video surfaced online that showed a dozen officers lined up in a firing squad, shooting a woman, and releasing their dog on her.
Brandon Bernard, 40, is currently sitting at the U.S. Penitentiary in Terre Haute, where he is scheduled to be executed Thursday for a crime that happened in 1999. Bernard was charged with being an accomplice in the death of a couple. Many believe that his role in their death was done under duress, as he had a gun pointed at him.
With guns in hand, Florida law enforcement entered Rebekah Jones house on Monday and served her a search warrant, to seize her electronical devices. "They pointed a gun in my face. They pointed guns at my kids," the scientist wrote on Twitter.
Numerous videos surfaced on TikTok showing "a whole precinct" of NYPD officers tackling a business owner for refusing to identify himself, when no crime was committed.
Fort Myers Police Department has released their computer-assisted dispatch report of what they say transpired when they detained, handcuffed, and fingerprinted two Black minors for eating while Black.
Fort Myers Police Department has released a press statement admitting to fingerprinting and detaining two Black minors, since the publication of the viral video.
A new video surfaced on Facebook showing what it is like to eat while Black in Fort Myers, as police continue to target young Black teens.