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Published on February 10, 2017

Was January A Deadly New Record For Americans Killed By Police?

More Americans Killed By Police In January Than Any One Month Since 2015

https://newsone.com/3661666/donald-trump-and-police-killings-in-office/“While January 2017 marked the deadliest month for police brutality since 2015, one thing marks a stark contrast between now and then.

Then, we knew the names of the victims and their stories dominated the American media.

Now, I’d be hard-pressed to …

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Trump Executive Order Sets Agenda For Police To Further Criminalize Protesters

Such legislation would be particularly useful for law enforcement interested in suppressing dissent against police brutality and direct action in general.

It also would fit into a trend developing as a result of Republican lawmakers, who have …

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KING: Donald Trump’s first month in office sees most people killed by police since 2015

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/king-trump-1st-month-deadliest-2015-killings-article-1.2966610From the summer of 2014 until the start of the presidential election, it would be hard to argue that police brutality was anything other than one of our nation’s most pressing public issues.

But the extended election cycle, from the primaries to the …

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Farmington PD: Police brutality alleged in Facebook post didn’t happen

http://www.kob.com/new-mexico-news/farmington-police-department-facebook-brutality-claim-didnt-happen/4392734/It all started with a photo which appears to show a police officer standing over a man on the ground.

The caption: “Farmington police bears down native American while cuffed.

I had confronted his ass and told him you has violated his rights he has no probably cause …

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Mel Gibson, Vince Vaughn under fire for upcoming police brutality film

http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2017/02/02/mel-gibson-vince-vaughn-under-fire-for-upcoming-police-brutality-film.htmlHollywood conservatives Mel Gibson and Vince Vaughn are set to star in the upcoming thriller “Dragged Across Concrete” about two police officers who are caught on camera using strong arm tactics.

Already, the social mediaverse is buzzing about the film …

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http://artvoice.com/2017/02/03/police-brutality-rears-ugly-head-nurse-alleges-beaten-angry-officer/This is a serious case of alleged police misconduct and brutality and, with Albert representing the plaintiff, the stakes are not small.

The Buffalo attorney has become the leading lawyer in this city for people who have alleged abuse by police …

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Literally everything about this Mel Gibson police brutality movie sounds horrifying

According to Variety, Gibson is teaming up with Vince Vaughn (money, baby!) in Dragged Across Concrete, a forthcoming film by S. Craig Zahler, that seems set to tackle the complex and oftentimes-racially fraught issue of police brutality by…glorifying it?

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Berkeley Settles Lawsuit Over Police Brutality at 2014 Black Lives Matter Protest

http://bordc.org/news/berkeley-settles-lawsuit-police-brutality-2014-black-lives-matter-protest/Protesters and journalists have reached a tentative settlement with the City of Berkeley in a National Lawyers Guild federal civil rights lawsuit over police brutality at a December 6, 2014, racial justice protest.

The plaintiffs alleged that they were …

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Hundreds protest President Trump, police brutality at March for Justice & Equality

Hundreds took to the streets of Northeast Portland Saturday for the first-ever March for Justice & Equality.

Organized by the Albina Minesterial Alliance Coalition for Justice and Police Reform and endorsed by the NAACP, the event …

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