Benjamin Crump

A deathbed declaration by a former undercover NYPD officer accuses the NYPD and the FBI of acting as co-conspirators in the assassination of the civil rights icon.

Frederick Cox, 18, was fatally shot in Nov. 2020 by a plainclothes Davidson County deputy after he attempted to usher funeral attendees to safety while shots from a drive-by shooting broke out.

Attendees will include Feast's family attorney Benjamin Crump and family members of George Floyd and Pamela Turner, other Black people senselessly killed by the cops.

New footage showed that Hill laid on the ground for about 10 minutes before officers attempted chest compressions.

Civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump shared the details of the report during a Wednesday news conference, which showed the 22-year-old was shot in the back by La Marque cop Jose Santos on Dec. 9.

Aidan Ellison, a 19-year-old Black man, was fatally shot in the chest on November 23 by a white man named Robert Paul Keegan, 47, after a dispute about loud music in a hotel parking lot.

Ben Crump called for a new, independent prosecutor to re-open the legal investigation into Breonna Taylor's killing after a grand juror suggested that the Kentucky attorney general's office lied.

George Floyd's family and their lawyers ripped the defense team as the Hennepin County attorney were disqualified from prosecuting the case during a pretrial hearing.

Kentucky prosecutors are slandering Breonna Taylor's reputation by trying to "posthumously frame" her in order "to clear police," lawyers charged.

On behalf of the family of George Floyd, attorney Benjamin Crump is suing the city of Minneapolis as well as all four of the cops involved in the Memorial Day police homicide.

The "Get Off Our Necks" Commitment March has been planned for Aug. 28 and is expected to include civil rights leaders alongside families of police brutality victims, labor leaders, clergy, activists and advocates.

The unarmed Black man who died after police in Minnesota tried to arrest him under the auspices of "forgery" has been identified as George Floyd.