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Prosecutors: Inmate Died Because He Had No Water For 7 Days (VIDEO)

April 25, 2017

When inmate Terrill Thomas was incarcerated in a Milwaukee prison, he was severely mentally ill.   This inmate was unable to ask for help when he needed it And after seven days with no access to water, he was dead. He died…

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Mistrial, Missed Justice – One Juror Blocks Conviction Of White Cop Who Shot Fleeing Black Man In The Back

December 5, 2016

Shock, sadness and disbelief; some of the words used to described Monday afternoon’s verdict in Charleston, South Carolina where former police officer Michael Slager walked away scott free for the murder of Walter Scott. The twelve person jury, consisting of eleven white…

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Federal Law: Trump Could Face Up To 5 Years For Threatening Hillary Clinton

August 9, 2016

Trump Crossed A Serious Line But He Might Need To Face A Different Kind Of Jury On Tuesday, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump crossed a very serious line in American political rhetoric when he suggested that Hillary Clinton could be stopped by…

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Former Memphis Cop And His Father Guilty Of Rape, Incest

December 27, 2015

On December 17, former Memphis Police Officer, Cornelius Monger, 36, was found guilty of multiple rape and incest charges. A jury found Monger guilty of statutory rape by an authority figure and incest. His victim testified the abuse began when she…

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