Anthony Trifiletti, the white man who killed Douglas Lewis, a Black driver, in an apparent fit of racist road rage could eventually find himself a free man if legal history in Minnesota is any indication of the future.
Across the country over the weekend, civilians took to the streets, blocking roadways while echoing a long-storied battle cry of justice and peace, to protest the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile.
The video opens with a gruesome scene--Reynolds can be seen first saying, "Stay with me," to Castile, while she explains the couple was pulled over for a busted tail light.
Cell phone footage of Minneapolis police tasing and arresting a Black man, Chris Lollie (pictured), for sitting in a skyway in January has gone viral on YouTube. SEE ALSO: Here’s How Black Women, Korean Men Date The Same The clip shows Lollie walking with an inquiring officer in Downtown St. Paul’s First National Bank Building. Apparently, someone […]
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