A guilty plea in a particularly shocking case of police brutality.
Removing the responsibility to investigate police misconduct from the prosecutors who have to work with those police on a daily basis is a good idea.
The Baltimore Police Department will finally be under the Federal microscope. But it took the death of Freddie Gray for it happen.
Some people in the media can’t seem to get it through their heads that speech they consider hateful is entitled to as much protection as speech that they support.
There is no excuse for last night’s rioting in Baltimore, but that should not deflect attention from the problems with that city’s police.
A new Justice Department report has found widespread racial bias in the Ferguson Police Department, but it’s a problem that goes far beyond one Missouri suburb.
Unsurprisingly, Darren Wilson will not face federal charges in connection with the shooting of Michael Brown.
Nearly three years to the day after it started, the George Zimmerman case is essentially over.
Not surprisingly, the Federal investigation of the Michael Brown shooting is ending much like the state investigation did.
But, hey, don’t worry, there’s nothing racial going on here. Nothing at all.
A New York City Grand Jury refuses to indict a cop who appears from all available evidence to choked a guy to death for no good reason.
Michael Brown’s stepfather made incendiary comments in the wake of the Grand Jury announcement, but they do not amount to a crime.
The man who shot and killed Michael Brown has resigned, but that’s unlikely to satisfy protesters who still seem to be demanding criminal charges that are never going to come.
Regardless of the outcome of the Michael Brown investigation, there are legitimate problems that need to be addressed.
Not surprisingly, last night’s announcement that there would be no state court indictment in the Michael Brown shooting led to violence and confrontations with police. That’s not going to solve any of the real problems that face Ferguson, or any other community in the United States.
A not unexpected decision from the Grand Jury that investigated the Michael Brown shooting.
All the warnings of violence in the wake of an expected imminent announcement from the Grand Jury in the Michael brown case could become self-fulfilling prophecy.
We appear to be just days away from an announcement from the Grand Jury investigating the Michael Brown shooting, and the consensus seems to be that there will be no indictment at all.
Reports from the Justice Department seem to be laying the groundwork for more disappointment for those hoping for charges against Officer Darren Wilson.
What if the Grand Jury investigating the Michael Brown shooting fails to indict Officer Darren Wilson? We may find out if newly leaked evidence is accurate.
There is a good possibility that Darren Wilson could be acquitted in the shooting of Michael Brown.. Are the protesters ready to accept that reality?