"Finding Tamika" is also the first of five new Audible series from SBH productions, a joint venture between Kevin Hart and Charlamagne Tha God.

On April 12, last year, 27-year-old Black man Miles Jackson was shot and killed by police officers in a Columbus, Ohio, emergency room after a gun he allegedly had tucked in his pants went off. The medical examiner ruled his death a homicide saying he was shot 20 times in his head, chest, and abdomen.

31-year-old Walter Hutchins was shot and killed last in Houston, Texas, by bounty hunters attempting to execute a warrant. Surveillance video posted to Instagram by famed Houston Music Executive J Prince has many people saying Hutchins was ambushed by plainclothes authorities in unmarked cars.

26-year-old Andrew Walls has been charged with possession of a firearm while intoxicated and assault after he was caught on camera punching a Black woman in the mouth after repeatedly using the n-word.

"Black lives should matter today. Black lives should matter in America. Black lives should matter in Europe."

Research over the past several years found that Stand Your Ground laws led to an increase in firearm homicides.


15-year-old Martell Williams said police in Waukegan, Illinois, arrested him at school and coerced him into a false confession for attempted murder. He also said a cop offered him McDonald's in exchange for his confession.

Portland police have identified 43-year-old Benjamin Smith as the man who allegedly opened fire on Portland demonstrators who were protesting police killings of Black people including Amir Locke.

Candace Owens has called for U.S. troops to invade Canada over Ottawa authorities and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's treatment of the anti-vax "Freedom Convoy" that occupied downtown Ottawa for more than three weeks and used big rigs to form a blockade.


In October 2015, Black transgender woman Ju’Zema Goldring was arrested for jaywalking by Atlanta cops who also falsified cocaine charges against her by cutting up a stress ball and calling the insides cocaine even though they tested negative for it. Goldring was awarded $1.5 million in her lawsuit against the city.


Kenosha killer Kyle Rittenhouse sat down with Tucker Carlson to talk about his list of people he plans to sue for what he describes as "lies" told about him after his acquittal, such as Whoopi Goldberg and Cenk Uygur from the Young Turks. 

Cronk's statement suggests officer morale should come before accountability.