Grand Rapids Police Department
The lawsuit alleges a police culture of unchecked racism.
A Grand Rapids judge announced Monday that a former Michigan police officer who killed an unarmed Black motorist will stand trial for murder.
A growing number of social media reports claim the Grand Rapids police officer who killed Patrick Lyoya following a traffic stop over an alleged misdemeanor moving violation is named Christopher Paul Schurr.
According to M-Live, the Grand Rapids Police Department placed the officer on administrative leave pending the internal investigation.
Honestie was not only a victim of COVID-19, but suffered under the weight of state-sanctioned violence in 2017.
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