The gruesome video from the police cam of the traffic stop with Tyre Nicohls in Memphis has been finally released. The cam showed the brutal reality of what people were expecting all along.
A routine traffic stop turns deadly for another black man. These five black police officers have since been fired and indicted.
The video is hard to watch and shows Tyre calling out for his mother, which shows how the police officers didn’t care about his life and weren’t trying to give him any grace.
The video has been shared online since its release and has been covered by major news networks.
He was brutally beaten and died in the hospital a few days later.
It is expected that the five police officers will serve prison time, but Tyre will never get his life back. And his family will never see him alive again.
A few months have passed since the death of Shanquella Robinson in Mexico. She was murdered by people she thought were her friends back in October. The investigation is ongoing and Mexican authorities are seeking help from the U.S.
It was supposed to be a simple, fun trip with friends to Cabo for Shanquella, but it ended with her losing her life and those so called friends in hiding.
She died on October 29th, 2022, in Mexico while on Vacation. The story got the media’s attention when the video was shared of her friends fighting her in the room they were staying in.
What makes it even worse is how those so called friends flew back to North Carolina and lied to the family. They stated that she died from alcohol poisoning, but the autopsy proved they were lying.
A group of six friends went on the trip with her, and all of those friends should be interrogated and arrested for their involvement.
With this crime happening outside the U.S., it will take a little time, hopefully not too long. Her family wants Justice, and they deserve Justice. She was killed by people who she thought were her friends. She was 25 years old at the time of her death.
He was a great man, leader, and father. Every January 16th around this time, we celebrate the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., One of the most outstanding leaders this world has seen and will ever know.
His legacy is unlike any other. He started leading at the young age of 25 with the civil rights movement. He was one of the vocal leaders during the Montgomery Bus Boycott in the 1950s.
He was later very influential in the civil rights movement, leading to legislation passing for the Civil Rights Act and the Voting Rights Act.
He was a leader who could touch people’s souls with his speeches and excited crowds with his delivery. He was a true ethical leader who genuinely loved his people and wanted the black community treated fairly.
This is a continued celebration, but his name and work will forever live on. He was a leader that all leaders should aspire to be.
Happy Birthday, MLK!!!
Whenever the new year starts, it always brings excitement because of the fresh start. But one thing to always look for is the new laws that take effect for your state.
Every year on January 1st new laws begins for all states, and it is essential to know the legislation and what has changed so you can be prepared for what’s to come.
Each state’s laws differ depending on what party your political representatives are tied to. But it is essential to understand what has changed so you won’t put yourself in a compromising position.
Here are some notable changes by some states that took effect on January 1st:
Alabama has relaxed there gun laws for citizens living in the state. You no longer need a permit to carry a concealed weapon.
For the Homeless residents in Missouri, it is now a misdemeanor to sleep on Government property in the state.
Teaching Critical Race Theory has now been banned in North Dakota. The representatives have banned all teaching from public schools.
California has prohibited officers from stopping Jaywalkers on the street.
These are just a few changes that are in place now for the new year. To learn what has changed in your state, visit your state’s website to see what has been written into law.
The Tarrant County jury unanimously decided on Aaron Dean’s prison term. He was sentenced to 11 years for killing Atatiana Jefferson in 2019.
The sentence was announced with the Jefferson family in the courtroom. He was found guilty of manslaughter for what transpired on that night and today was finally sentenced.
The sentencing comes after a long wait of 3 years since the shooting happened. The family did speak after the sentencing and shared that the fight was not over.
Aaron Dean will be eligible for parole in 5 years after serving half his sentence.