The judge presiding over the case of Walter Scott, who in April 2015 was shot in the back by former South Carolina police officer Michael Slager, was forced to declare a mistrial on Monday after the jury announced that they were unable to come "to a unanimous decision." "The court therefore must declare a mistrial in this case and I so declare...
The attorney named as President-elect Donald Trump's White House counsel,...
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Citing a moment in time that calls for the same "relentless, principled, organized resistance" as MLK's Montgomery Bus Boycott, activists chose today's Dec. 5 anniversary to launch a national Injustice Boycott against racial injustice and police brutality. Starting in New York, San Francisco and Standing Rock, the boycott will target cities, states, and companies that commit or condone abuses, mirroring King's spirit of mutuality in which, "Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere."
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