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Know Anyone Who Thinks Racial Profiling Is Exaggerated? Watch This, And Tell Me When Your Jaw Drops.


This video clearly demonstrates how racist America is as a country and how far we have to go to become a country that is civilized and actually values equal justice. We must not rest until this goal is achieved. I do not want my great grandchildren to live in a country like we have today. I wish for them to live in a country where differences of race and culture are not ignored but valued as a part of what makes America great.

What To Do When You're Stopped By Police - The ACLU & Elon James White

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Thursday, September 18, 2014

Rewrite: Pickaxe brawl and police oversight | MSNBC



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Wednesday, September 17, 2014

South Baltimore man accuses city cop of assault, false imprisonment (VIDEO) - ABC2News.com



South Baltimore man accuses city cop of assault, false imprisonment (VIDEO) - ABC2News.com

Baltimore police officer placed on administrative leave after abuse accusation - ABC2News.com

City police Commissioner Anthony Batts, speaking during a news conference Tuesday, said he agrees with comments from the mayor's office that the incident is a "black eye" on the department. He added that these problems will be corrected and anyone who has culpability will be held accountable-- including a middle manager in internal affairs whom Batts said was responsible for a "communication breakdown."

"Much like the public, I am shocked ... I am outraged," Batts said. "This will be addressed in the strongest manner possible."

Baltimore police officer placed on administrative leave after abuse accusation - ABC2News.com

Baltimore police officer placed on administrative leave after abuse accusation - ABC2News.com

City police Commissioner Anthony Batts, speaking during a news conference Tuesday, said he agrees with comments from the mayor's office that the incident is a "black eye" on the department. He added that these problems will be corrected and anyone who has culpability will be held accountable-- including a middle manager in internal affairs whom Batts said was responsible for a "communication breakdown."

"Much like the public, I am shocked ... I am outraged," Batts said. "This will be addressed in the strongest manner possible."

Baltimore police officer placed on administrative leave after abuse accusation - ABC2News.com

Baltimore police officer placed on administrative leave after abuse accusation - ABC2News.com

City police Commissioner Anthony Batts, speaking during a news conference Tuesday, said he agrees with comments from the mayor's office that the incident is a "black eye" on the department. He added that these problems will be corrected and anyone who has culpability will be held accountable-- including a middle manager in internal affairs whom Batts said was responsible for a "communication breakdown."

"Much like the public, I am shocked ... I am outraged," Batts said. "This will be addressed in the strongest manner possible."

Baltimore police officer placed on administrative leave after abuse accusation - ABC2News.com

South Baltimore man accuses city cop of assault, false imprisonment (VIDEO) - ABC2News.com

BALTIMORE - A South Baltimore man Monday filed charges against a Baltimore police officer for what attorneys are calling a clear case of police brutality, captured on a police surveillance camera.

Kollin Truss, the defendant, was arrested on June 15 after an altercation with a city police officer. Truss, 32, was charged with assaulting Officer Vincent Cosom and Stephanie Coleman, identified in court records as Truss’ then-girlfriend.

Cosom noted in his police report that Truss was loitering outside of a liquor store in the 500 block of E. North Ave. at about 1:40 a.m. Cosom wrote that he asked Truss to leave. Truss then walked into the store and shouted an obscenity and a threat at the police officer, according to Cosom’s account of the incident.

Truss and Coleman left the liquor store and started walking across the street to a bus stop. Cosom said he observed Truss push her three times, according to the report.

“When they got to the corner of Greenmount and North Ave they began to argue again drawing a large crowd around them,” Cosom wrote. “While I was crossing the street at 500 E North Ave. to stop [the] argument I observed the unknown black male pushed [sic] the female with open hands three times.

“At this time I went to place the male under arrest he got into a fighting stance and clenched his first. Me and the male got into a physical altercation due to me [sic] in fear for my safety and I received a punch to the body,” Cosom continued in the report, transcribed verbatim.

Truss was arrested, although his assault and resisting arrest charges were later dropped.

South Baltimore man accuses city cop of assault, false imprisonment (VIDEO) - ABC2News.com