Hoover, Alabama: An armed black male, Emantic Bradford Jr., 21, was shot by police at a mall as officers responded to reports of gunshots on Thanksgiving night, but they appear to have shot an innocent man. Bradford was reported to be legally carrying a handgun and directing shoppers to safety. Initially, law enforcement authorities publicly identified him as the gunman and then changed their story the next day. Benjamin Crump, a lawyer for the family of Bradford said a forensic examination that was commissioned by the family showed that Mr. Bradford was shot in the back of his head and body while running away and posed no threat to the police. A judge ordered the police officer’s body-cam video and mall surveillance video to b released, but it is being withheld from the public pending a criminal investigation by law enforcement.
Erron Martez DeQuan Brown, has been charged in the initial shooting of an 18-year old man and a 12-year old girl that drew the police to the mall, but claims that he did not instigate the violence.
A black man killed by the police in an Alabama mall in November was shot three times from behind, according to a forensic examination commissioned by the man’s family.
The finding, announced in a news conference on Monday, was seen by the man’s family and lawyers as evidence he was running away and posed no threat to the officer who shot him.
Emantic Fitzgerald Bradford Jr., 21, was fatally shot in the middle of a panicked crowd at the Riverchase Galleria in Hoover, Ala., on Nov. 22, as officers responded to reports of gunshots on Thanksgiving night. Witnesses said Mr. Bradford, who was legally carrying a handgun, was directing shoppers to safety.
Ramirez Valiente has been charged with reckless driving, as his license was revoked due to a DUI in 2018. He was also arrested for reckless endangerment in 2011 and domestic violence in 2016. A district attorney dismissed both charges.
James Corbett explains that the pro-war media objected to President Trump removing 1,000 US troops from Syria, and has been caught lying again to the American public to keep the wars going. Corbett gives numerous examples of other times that the media has been caught using propaganda and lies to manipulate the public.
In the past week, over 1,300 arrests were made involving members of the Extinction Rebellion, a climate-change-alarmist group that is critical of the West and has blocked roads and shut down a London airport. George Soros is among the high-profile donors to this group.
One of the suspects had been arrested for theft of a motor vehicle, but King County Jail ignored an ICE request for retainer, and he was released. He was arrested and released two more times before the high school boy’s murder.
Only one child has been infected by the polio virus, caused by a polio vaccine, but the government now is preparing to vaccinate more than 9 million children – with the same vaccine that infected the single case of polio that created their concern.
California adopted a controversial ‘red flag’ gun-confiscation law that expands an existing law that allows law-enforcement and family members to initiate a process to temporarily confiscate citizens’ firearms. The new law adds co-workers, employers, and teachers to the list.
Several hundred left-wing and Antifa rioters attacked supporters of President Donald Trump leaving a rally in Minneapolis, in an effort to intimidate the Trump supporters. The violent leftists surrounded the pro-Trump supporters and assaulted them in groups and attacked the police.
Last Friday, Iran’s National Oil Company reported that explosions ignited a fire on one of its tankers off the coast of Saudi Arabia. Following the news of the attack against Iran, the US announced that it will send 3,000 ground troops and two squadrons of fighter jets to Saudi Arabia to “confront” Iran.
Oak Park, IL, trustee Susan Buchanan, a medical doctor, was filmed berating her fellow trustees at a board meeting for being white. Her view was that while males should not be permitted to speak on such issues.
The UN says it is going broke because the US, which funds about 30% of the UN’s budget (about $10-billion per year) once again has stopped paying. State Department officials said the US government would pay up soon.
“Joey Crack” Francisco, was freed from a life sentence for a drug conviction under the Kushner-Koch “First Step Act” federal drug-sentencing reform only to go on to allegedly brutally stab a man to death in Rhode Island.
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There were violent protests over the weekend in Chicago after police shot and killed a black man, Harith Augustus, 37, a barber who goes by the name ‘Snoop’, after he fled when they accused him of selling loose cigarettes.
Antwon was a passenger in a car that was stopped because it fit the description of a vehicle involved in a drive-by shooting and there were bullet holes in the window. Two semi-automatic weapons were found inside the car and Antwon had an empty 9mm clip in his pocket. The police officer has been placed on administrative leave. Protesters are calling for the District Attorney’s ouster as he has not filed charges against the police officer.