Plus, mother of Eric Garner’s "love child" files restraining order against his daughter and Louisiana man lights wife on fire after spraying hair spray on her.
Quietly, over the last few weeks, the New York team of agents and prosecutors in the Eric Garner case have been replaced by civil rights lawyers from Washington, who think that charges should be brought against the officer who placed the late Garner in a chokehold.
Ramsey Orta, the Staten Island man who filmed Eric Garner's death, has been sentenced to four years in prison in a (supposedly) unrelated weapon and drugs case.
To many Ramsey Orta is an unsung hero for his courageous act of filming Eric Garner’s death as he was killed by police. Without his video, there is a high likelihood that there would have never been any concrete proof of what happened to Garner. Unfortunately, this made him a public enemy of police who […]
Plus, Tulsa police officer Betty Shelby is released on $50,000 bond and POTUS stresses that discrimination in the justice system should be a concern for all.
Rep. Jeffries dissected the history of Africans in America and the Black experience in the United States.
A review of police payroll records reveals that the cop who choked Eric Garners has received big raises. He's been on desk duty for two years, as a federal civil rights investigation moves forward.
Erica Garner's heat comes on the heels of De Blasio's refusal to release the disciplinary records of Officer Daniel Pantaleo, the cop who wrestled Erica's father Eric Garner to the ground with a chokehold, subsequently killing him in July 2014.
Since filming Eric Garner's death in July 2014, Ramsey Orta's life has changed in ways he couldn't imagine – mostly for the worse.
Over the course of the last week, NewsOne was forced to revisit our gallery that lists the shooting deaths of Black men killed during police encounters, to add the names of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, while also documenting the two-year anniversary of Eric Garner's death.