Right-wing extremists are planning another series of "White Lives Matter" marches less than a month after their last attempt flopped, and this round seems similarly destined for failure.
NSW Police Minister says "police are the people to trust, the police of the people to go to, and this sort of this sort of indoctrination is going to scare these children away from, from the policing and will put their lives in danger."
A former drill sergeant leader in the U.S. Army was caught on camera in a racist rant proclaiming “Black lives don't f---ing matter.” The slight that sent John Miles—initially identified by local newspaper Sumter Item—into the fit of rage was reportedly a grocery store clerk refusing to sell alcohol to him. “John Walter Miles, 27, of Sumter, was shopping with his girlfriend when the disturbance happened,” the Sumter Police Department said in a statement on Facebook Thursday. “Based on...
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On Tuesday, Apple hosts its first product event of the year, where it is widely expected to unveil new versions of the iPad.
Another officer was suspended for six months
A college student in Kansas who once made headlines for threatening local police officials who “got in his way” has now been appointed as part of Wichita State University’s student government. But his threatening to shoot police officials is not the only problematic thing giving him attention. The student—identified as Sam McCrory—chose to wear a “white lives matter” face mask to his first student government event Thursday.