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Parents of Darius Simmons shot by neighbor win $1.5m judgement

Parents of Darius Simmons shot by neighbor win $1.5m judgement

The parents of a 13-year-old Milwaukee boy who was fatally shot by an elderly neighbor have won a $1.5 million civil judgment against the convicted killer.…

Trayvon family marks one-year anniversary of verdict

Trayvon family marks one-year anniversary of verdict

Trayvon Martin’s mother, father, their attorneys, celebrities, community leaders, and youth marked the one-year anniversary of the verdict freeing their son’s killer with a Peace Walk and Peace Talk at…

Undercover police spied on grieving families

Undercover police spied on grieving families

Undercover police gathered intelligence on grieving families who were battling the Metropolitan police for justice, including the relatives of Jean Charles de Menezes, Cherry Groce and Ricky Reel.…

Mother launches fresh appeal for information about her son’s death four years on

Mother launches fresh appeal for information about her son’s death four years on

The 80-year-old mother of a man burned to death four years ago is pleading for witnesses to help unravel the mystery surrounding her son's death. Kester David was found badly…

State NAACP chapter pushes to abolish death penalty in Missouri

State NAACP chapter pushes to abolish death penalty in Missouri

National attention has been drawn to the constitutionality of the death penalty due to the botched execution of Oklahoma inmate Clayton Lockett that took place in April.…

Eugene Robinson: The Drone Dilemma

Eugene Robinson: The Drone Dilemma

In our growing reliance on armed drones as instruments of war, how slippery is the slope we’re sliding on? Imagine that Vladimir Putin began using drones to kill Ukrainians who…

Trayvon Martin Foundation has new South Fla home

Trayvon Martin Foundation has new South Fla home

The Trayvon Martin Foundation is up and running in its new home at Florida Memorial University. The historically black university hosted a ceremony Thursday for the foundation, which honors the…

Are the police still putting reputation before truth?

Are the police still putting reputation before truth?

In the post Leveson days, when the upper echelons of the Met – and the police in general – had been dragged through the mill over links with the media,…