A trial has finally begun for the 2019 police shooting of an unarmed grandmother in Texas.
Attorneys and supporters of Pamela Turner, a Black woman who was shot by a Texas officer during a fatal May 2019 encounter, are gathering on Thursday to call for the termination of the officer involved in her death.
It's been one year since Breonna Taylor, unfortunately, joined a growing list of Black women who were killed by police.
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.
Benjamin Crump has submitted new evidence in the case of Pamela Turner being killed by Baytown Police Officer Juan Delacruz that shows he didn't need to shoot her.
Atatiana Jefferson, a 28 year old who police killed in her own home, joins a growing list of Black people who have been executed in public by law enforcement as the troubling trend shows no signs of ending.
Bernie Sanders released a new ad, but it was unclear if he was using Pamela Turner’s death for political gain or to express genuine concern for Black lives -- or both.
Pamela Turner’s killer is getting the second chance he made sure she'd never get when he shot her multiple times at close range last week in suburban Houston.
The funeral for Pamela Turner, the unarmed grandmother shot and killed by a Baytown Police officer in suburban Houston, was set for this week as Juan Delacruz remained gainfully employed.
Cops' treatment of Grady Wayne Wilkes in Alabama for reportedly killing a cop stood in contrast to police shooting and killing unarmed Pamela Turner in Baytown, Texas, one week earlier.
We hope the family of Pamela Turner gets justice.
“The Baytown Police Department are lying on #pamelaturner when they say she had outstanding warrants,” Benjamin Crump said about the killing of the 45-year-old unarmed grandmother.
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