Two police officers pleaded guilty to manslaughter Thursday in the shooting death of a 92-year-old woman during a botched drug raid. A third officer was also indicted in the woman’s death. Two police officers pleaded guilty to manslaughter Thursday in the shooting death of a 92-year-old woman during a botched drug raid. A third officer was also indicted in the woman’s death. Gregg Junnier, 40, who retired from the Atlanta police force in January, pleaded guilty to manslaughter, violation of oath, criminal solicitation and making false statements. Officer J.R. Smith, 35, pleaded guilty to the same four charges and to perjury, which was based on making untrue claims in a warrant. In the All American boy there is a lot of false statement in the book because the cops would lie about what has happen and so in the this is story because in this story three cops try to "making false statements." . This prove cops play dirty and try to come up with lie because they don't want to tell the truth.
Summary: The death of 19-year-old Timothy Thomas in Cincinnati launches Dateline NBC to examine a pattern of ticketing that raises questions of racial profiling.A 27-year-old Cincinnati police officer spots the suspect as he runs into a dark alley. As a police car approaches, its camera rolling, the officer runs towards the alley and almost immediately a shot rings out. A single bullet fired from the officer's gun pierces the suspect's heart. He's pronounced dead at 3:02 am. The officer later tells investigators he thought the suspect was reaching for a gun – but no gun was ever found. By dawn, the identity of the suspect comes to light. The man was 19-years-old, a young father with an infant son. The man'sname was Timothy Thomas. “Ah we have a suspect, male, black, about 6 foot, red bandana" there is discrimination in this case and in the book where rashad was discriminated and called a thug by the cops.
The US town of Ferguson reportedly sees its worst rioting yet after a jury decides not to bring charges over a black teenager's killing by police. I compare this to the book because it talk about a black teenager who was kill by a white cop and people was enraged with this which cause a riot and this is what happen rashad in all american boys but instead he was beaten but was not kill. Rashad "IF YOU ARE NEUTRAL IN SITUATIONS OF INJUSTICE, YOU HAVE CHOSEN THE SIDE OF THE OPPRESSOR." and that rashad was fighting for the people right and so were the other as well, he also join in with the protest they had for him and for the other people. This case is exact like the one with Ferguson expect there wasn't violence in the book but you still compare it because this started out with a young african american teenager.
You would think that a party at a police officer's house, full of off-duty police officers, would be among the safest places to have fun. Frank Jude, 26, doesn't think so. The Milwaukee-area man had beaten. “Sometimes, when people get treated as less than human, the best way to help them feel better is to simply treat them as human. Not as victims. Just you as you. Rashad Butler, before all this.”. i Compare this to the book of all american because this show that people that aren't white are less treated kindly and jude is that person that was beaten by white cops and when his friend call the cops then he had joined in as well and beaten the guy almost to death.
Retired School Teacher Says He's Baffled By Police Beating police. A retired elementary school teacher who was repeatedly punched in the head by police in an incident caught on videotape said he was not drunk, put up no resistance and was baffled by what happened. Robert Davis said he had returned to New Orleans to check on property his family owns in the storm-ravaged city, and was out looking to buy cigarettes when he was beaten and arrested Saturday night in the French Quarter. This is almost the exact same problem that happen to Rashad and that this show there so much discrimination and rasicm in the world. .“Because racism was alive and real as shit. It was everywhere and all mixed up in everything, and the only people who said it wasn’t, and the only people who said, “Don’t talk about it” were white. Well, stop lying. That’s what I wanted to tell those people. Stop lying. Stop denying. That’s why I was marching. Nothing was going to change unless we did something about it. We! White people!”. This show that people try to hide rasicm and discrmination but it still continue.
After a high-speed chase, Rodney King was beaten by LAPD officers who were later acquitted of all charges -- sparking intense race riots in Los Angeles. Rodeny KIng was brutality beaten forever changed the conversation about police and race in America. King, who was intoxicated, had been caught speeding and initially tried to evade the police. When he finally pulled over and exited his car, multiple LAPD units and a helicopter were pursuing him. Taken by bystander George Holliday from across the street, the footage shows four officers Tazing, kicking, and hitting King with their batons upwards of 53 times. The officers involved, Laurence Powell, Timothy Wind, Theodore Briseno and Stacey Koon, were put on trial and acquitted by a majority white jury in April of 1992. The following three days were marred by riots, looting, arson, and extreme violence across the city of Los Angeles. Rodney King himself held a press conference during the turmoil, begging the public "can we all get along." By the time the riots ended, 55 people were dead and more than 2,000 were injured. I compare this to All American boys because this show how police abuse there power and discriminate that cops have against African American and how the guy didn't resist but they continue to still beat him up because Rashad didn,t resist but still get beaten up for what he is and what he is wearing.