The shooting death of Alvin Motley, an unarmed Black man killed by security guard at a gas station in Memphis, is the latest victim in an apparently growing trend of deadly disputes over loud music.
The family of Ta'Neasha Chappell, a Louisville woman who recently died under questionable circumstances in Indiana police custody, has retained the services of the attorneys who represented the family of Breonna Taylor.
The family of Leneal Frazier, a driver in Minneapolis who died after sustaining injuries from a police pursuit he wasn't involved in, has retained renowned civil rights lawyer Ben Crump as they try to seek justice for their loss.
Miya Ponsetto is back in the news again after pleading not guilty to felony hate crime charges related to a deeply disturbing December incident where she assaulted Keyon Harrold Jr., after falsely accusing him of stealing her phone.
The family stated that there is no sufficient form of justice because they have to venture through life without their son, but urged for "accountability at the highest level."
The Houston police officer whose gunfire hit Legend Smalls, 1-year-old boy, violated department protocol when he opened fire while pursuing a suspect, lawyers for the infant's mother said during a press conference.
Tamir Rice's mother, Samaria Rice, unleashed a series of social media posts aimed at prominent social justice activists including Tamika Mallory and Ben Crump, who she accused of "ambulance chasing," among other things.
The family of George Floyd has responded to reports that LAPD officers cruelly mocked the unarmed Black man's infamous police killing by making a crude joke about his death ahead of Valentine's Day.
Andre Hill's family is encouraged by the murder indictment for the cop who killed him and cautioned during a press conference that they wouldn't rest until they secured Adam Coy's convictions.
After falsely accusing the 14-year-old son of jazz artist Keyon Harrold of theft, the woman we've come to know as "SoHo Karen" seems to have a less than exemplary rap sheet of her own.
The Manhattan district attorney was being urged to charge a white woman who allegedly assaulted jazz musician Keyon Harrold Jr. after she racially profiled his teenage son in an incident recorded on video last week in New York City.
The Texas police officer who killed Joshua Feast by shooting him in the back has been involved with at least one other incident of "brutalizing" a different young Black man in La Marque.
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