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Miami Dolphins Player’s Wife & NFL Critic, Exonerated of All Charges After Dubious Arrest

Miami Dolphins Player’s Wife & NFL Critic, Exonerated of All Charges After Dubious Arrest

NFL critic Tamiko Grimes was exonerated of all charges stemming from a dubious arrest at SunLife Stadium by Miami-Dade County police caught on a video that went viral in September, seen below. She's the wife of Miami Dolphins Pro Bowl cornerback Brent Grimes. Florida prosecutors ha ...
Florida State Trooper Chases Away PINAC Reporter From Crash Scene

Florida State Trooper Chases Away PINAC Reporter From Crash Scene

A Florida Highway Patrol officer did not appreciate PINAC's Jeff Gray from photographing and recording the scene of a single motorcycle accident Friday, ordering him away from what he called "my crime scene." But the cop did not say a thing to the woman who rode her bicycle right thro ...
OPINION: Will Police Accountability Enter New Era After #LaquanMcDonald?

OPINION: Will Police Accountability Enter New Era After #LaquanMcDonald?

It took Chicago Police over a year to release the video of Laquan McDonald. If a video is recorded and nobody sees it, then does the recording matter? What if there wasn't a whistleblower, a reporter and a lawyer who combined to sue on behalf of the public interest and gain release of ...
Missouri Cop Turned Whistleblower Struggles to Raise Donations for Legal Expenses  as Thousands Poured in for Chicago Killer Cop (Updated)

Missouri Cop Turned Whistleblower Struggles to Raise Donations for Legal Expenses as Thousands Poured in for Chicago Killer Cop (Updated)

It took less than 24 hours for the wife of Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke to raise more than $10,000 on a Go Fund Me page she set up for her husband's first degree murder trial. It's taken more than five months for the wife of Missouri Highway Patrol Sergeant Randy Henry to rai ...
Here is the Video of the Chicago Police Officer Shooting Laquan McDonald

Here is the Video of the Chicago Police Officer Shooting Laquan McDonald

The long-awaited video has finally been released and it's not pretty, showing 17-year-old Laquan McDonald was nowhere near Chicago police when one cop opened fire and shot him 16 times. Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke then walked up to him and continued to shoot after the teenag ...