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This rapper shot a police officer. Will 'Stand Your Ground' set him free?

About an hour before dawn on a February morning this year, Elton Bandoo was asleep in his room when he was suddenly awoken by a loud bang and the sound of the windows of his North Miami Beach home being shattered. 1,605 more words

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FX Picks Up John Singleton's TV Pilot "Snowfall"

According to Deadline.com, John Singleton’s take on the beginnings of the crack cocaine trade in Los Angeles has found a new home. Originally bought by Showtime, John Singleton’s  222 more words


Alas, Another Accidental Social Experiment With The Realities of The Trayvon Martin Experience ( cont'd, pt. 4)

The soul questioned the conscience about when and why the heart let its feelings be known about what it felt from suspicions of being discriminated against long before this latest Trayvon Martin experience; long before the disturbing images and messages first appeared from this past summer. 2,141 more words


Zimmerman can't avoid brushes with law

George Zimmerman was acquitted of a crime after he shot Trayvon Martin to death three years ago.

You’d think he’d just fade away, get his life back in order, never to be seen or heard from again. 156 more words

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Caricature-Cartoon Jeb Bush: US Presidential Election 2016

While Hillary Clinton has still not confirmed her intention of running for the President in 2016, Jeb Bush has made it amply clear that he would. 376 more words

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George Zimmerman Is Arrested Again For Aggravated Assault Charges

It looks like after dodging a long sentence in jail by being acquitted of second-degree murder charges for killing 17-year old Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman can’t seem to live life without getting into trouble. 96 more words


Demands for Justice Are Failing Black Women and Girls | Kali Nicole Gross

When Justice fails again. Marissa Alexander is goes back to jail after courts add new charges forcing her to accept a plea bargain. An additional 65 days or 60 years in jail. 132 more words

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