The suit names the city of Fort Worth, as well as Mayor Betsy Price, former police chief Ed Krauss, and Aaron Dean, the officer who took her life, as complicit figures in Atatiana's death.
Crystal Mason, a Black woman jailed for casting a provisional ballot in the 2016 presidential election while on supervised release for a federal conviction, is asking for her conviction to be overturned.
The Fort Worth Police Department will drop charges against Jacqueline Craig and Brea Hymond.
New York City will reportedly give 1 percent pay increases to police officers who have to wear the cameras.
In response, the FWPD say they will begin an internal investigation into the matter and will prepare a statement to release to the public.
History was made in Fort Worth, Texas last week when Joel Fitzgerald became the city’s first African-American police chief. Fitzgerald was sworn in last Tuesday following a troublesome year of racial incidents within the department. Former Police Chief Jeffrey Halstead retired in 2014. Three discrimination lawsuits have been filed against Halstead and the city of Fort Worth, after […]
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