A Texas jury found an ex-cop guilty of murdering Black teen Jordan Edwards.
The cast and crew of “Dear White People” created a scholarship to honor the legacy of Jordan Edwards.
A Dallas, Texas, grand jury on Monday indicted fired Balch Springs police officer Roy Oliver Monday on a murder charge in the fatal shooting of 15-year-old black teen Jordan Edwards.
This directly contradicts accounts that police came to a Balch Springs, Texas, house party on April 29, 2016, and broke it up because a call came in saying there was underage drinking going on.
A newly leaked video showed a Balch Spring police sergeant tasering a handcuffed Black man nearly a year before the department fell into more controversy with the shooting death of teen Jordan Edwards.
The ex-officer used excessive force, and his department failed to provide proper training and oversight, the lawsuit says.
Hundreds of people gathered at Mesquite Friendship Baptist Church for Jordan Edwards’ funeral on Saturday.
Fired Texas cop Roy Oliver --- who fatally shot 15-year-old Jordan Edwards in Balch Springs last weekend --- turned himself into police Friday after an arrest warrant for murder was issued against him.
Balch Springs' police chief, citing an internal investigation, reverses his earlier statement about how the shooting unfolded.
Jordan Edwards' family demands answers.
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