It looks like the story of Joshua Feast, a 22-year-old Black man who was fatally shot by La Marque, Texas, police officer Jose Santos on Dec. 9, 2020, will end the way far too many stories like his end—with police not being held accountable. 

Police in Mesquite, Texas, shot and killed Ashton Pinke while responding to a 911 call reportedly intended to seek a mental health wellness check, according to the lawyer representing his family.

The Texas police officer who killed Joshua Feast by shooting him in the back has been involved with at least one other incident of "brutalizing" a different young Black man in La Marque.

Michael Dean was not armed when Temple Police Department Officer Carmen DeCruz shot him in the head for "evading" during a traffic stop, a police report said.

The Texas police officer who killed Michael Dean last week by shooting him in the head was sued for excessive force when he was accused of burning a teenager alive.

The police officer who killed Michael Dean, a young Black man, by shooting him in the head was still on the payroll more than a week after the latest instance of homicidal violence by law enforcement in Texas.


A tragedy once again seems to be mishandled by law enforcement.


A Texas cop who is just one month removed from the police academy aimed and shot at a dog running at him, but at least one of the bullets hit and killed Margarita Victoria Brooks, a homeless woman.

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.

Austin, Texas police officials fired an officer who fatally shot an unarmed 17-year-old high school student. The police chief said the officer chose not to use the nonlethal options he had to subdue the suspect.