Police Brutality

Dustin Boone's lawyers are really trying to argue that the ex-cop convicted in the beating of detective Luther Hall - who was working undercover at a BLM protest - should get a light sentence because St. Louis officers brutalizing Black people is basically a police love language.

The criminal trial of three white police officers charged with beating a handcuffed undercover Black detective during the 2017 protests in St. Louis is testing the so-called Blue Wall of Silence as officers have begun turning on one another.

A Black cop who got shot by a white officer in St. Louis has filed a civil rights lawsuit against the city.

Baker's mother Maurnice Baker told NewsOne that her son's belongings were still at the home, including his cash and identification. "He calls me at least ten times a day everyday. That's not like him at all," said Baker, a worker with St. Louis public schools.


Recently released surveillance footage from Shaw Market in St. Louis shows 18-year-old Vonderrit Myers (pictured above with his mother) buying a sandwich minutes before being shot by a St. Louis police officer. RELATED: St. Louis Police Fatally Shoots Teen, Family Claims He Was Unarmed As previously reported by NewsOne, St. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson claims […]


The St. Louis Police Department continues to circle the wagons around Officer Darren Wilson, the police officer who gunned down unarmed teen Michael Brown on August 9, saying that Brown’s death was no different from a “typical larceny from a local convenience store.” Wilson did not submit a police report, which stoked the anger of […]