All Footage is from 2016
All Footage is from 2016
#BREAKING Heartbreaking video shows Turkish police shot Kurdish journalist(Refik Tekin),during live broadcast from #Cizire ,journalist dropped to the ground,but his camera kept rolling frown
people were trying to Carry a dead body , army shot them they killed 4 and 25 injured
journalist shot by Turkish police was reporting live from Cizire regarding how they kurdish people carry their dead body.
Footage of two officers from the LA County Sheriff’s Department killing Nicholas Robertson in a hail of bullets. As Nicholas is crawling on the ground, mortally wounded, they continue to unload on him.
Recently the union representing Pittsburgh Police officers has condemned workplace drug and alcohol testing as a violation of the constitution. Why does the right to privacy only apply to themselves and not the public they serve?
Why don’t the police want drug testing. We are told that is you have nothing to hide then you have nothing to worry about. Isn’t that we are told!
Chicago is bracing for potential riots and civil unrest after the release of a graphic video which shows a police officer shooting 17-year-old Laquan McDonald sixteen times.
The incident occurred in October 2014 but the footage was only released yesterday as a result of a court order.
The clip, labeled “graphic, violent, and chilling” by Cook County State’s Attorney Anita Alvarez, shows McDonald, who was armed with a knife, jogging towards police officers, but he then appears to walk away as Officer Jason Van Dyke opens fire.
Marksville, LA — A horrifying and heartbreaking police shooting occurred Tuesday night in Louisiana leaving a father in critical condition and his 6-year-old son dead.
According to The Advocate,
The boy, Jeremy David Mardis, of Effie, was killed by multiple gunshot wounds to the head and torso. He was pronounced dead at the scene, Avoyelles Parish Coroner L.J. Mayeaux said Wednesday. The boy was a student at Lafargue Elementary in Effie.
The shooting on Martin Luther King Drive in Marksville happened at the end of a pursuit and involved multiple city marshals from Ward 2, Louisiana State Police spokesman Trooper Daniel “Scott” Moreau said.
Police sources claim that the driver, Chris Few, was attempting to flee when they fired on him. According to the AP, the coroner said Few reached a dead end and was backing into the marshals when they fired. The coroner also reportedly said Mardis was “caught in the line of fire.”
School Superintendent Blaine Dauzat expressed his grief over the death of Mardis who attends Lafargue Elementary School. Dauzat is gathering grief counselors and sending them to the school, located in the Effie community, to assist students and staff during this time.
Of course, fleeing from the police with a child in the car is a terrible decision. However, as we have seen time and time again, police officers fire into vehicles, that do not pose a threat, killing the drivers.
Tell yourself that the police are on your side.