From NYDailyNews.com: Police are investigating a possible link between hip-hop star Fabolous and the murder of an upstart rapper near a Queens nightclub, the Daily News has learned.
From BlackVoices.com: Jabar Collins spent 16 years in prison for a crime he says he did not commit. He was freed after a judge discovered that prosecuters hid the fact that several of their witnesses who testified, benefited from doing so from the jury.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The star witness in a trial of a former transit officer accused of killing an unarmed black man at an Oakland train station can’t take the stand.
LOS ANGELES (AP) – A jury acquitted a man of killing up-and-coming Atlanta rapper Dolla during a shooting last year at a crowded, upscale Los Angeles mall.
From BlackVoices.com: The drive-by shooting death of 15-year-old Avondre Donel in Detroit makes it clear why it takes a village to successfully raise children.
From NYPost.com: His bad-boy ways got disgraced Giants wide receiver Plaxico Burress sent to prison for gun possession, and now the jailed Super Bowl hero is trying to do some good.
After 131 people were killed in Chicago this year, state lawmakers began proposing that the National Guard should be brought in to police the city. The National Black Police Association has objected to this proposal, which could lead to further brutality and a disenfranchised population.
From SunTimes.com: A toddler who loved cruising around on her Big Wheel and holding the end of a jump rope died today after being shot in the head as she sat with her two young sisters in the back of her parents’ car Wednesday night in the Chatham neighborhood on the South Side.
From SunTimes.com: Robert Tate wasn’t ever going to snitch — not even when it came to his own murder, according to the Chicago Police.
From BlackVoices.com: Once again, a nightmare-like news story may turn out to be the product of real life insanity. Sources are now offering details about the murder of 4 people in their Chicago home: an adult woman and three children (including an infant) that occurred early Wednesday.
From BlackVoices.com: On April 3, Nia Haqq and Michael Muchioki were returning from their engagement party. That night, they were robbed and murdered, with each of them being shot twice in the head.
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