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  1. Police fatally shot an unarmed black man in Sacramento, California, on Sunday night after two officers mistook his cellphone for a weapon. Police responded to the area near 22-year-old Stephon Clark’s home after receiving calls that someone in the neighborhood was breaking car windows, The Sacramento Bee reported. Police dispatched a helicopter to the area, which began following the movements of Clark. The helicopter crew said it saw a man break the sliding glass door of a home before jumping a fence into another backyard. Police confronted Clark, who they said ran from officers. At about 9:30 p.m., two officers confronted Clark outside the property where he lived with his grandparents and two young children. Police said Clark advanced on them with an object in his hand. “Fearing for their safety,” the officers began firing at Clark, hitting him multiple times, the department said. Two officers each fired 10 shots at Clark, though it was not immediately clear how many times he was struck. Helicopter and police body camera video released by the department Wednesday shows the moment the two officers gun Clark down. “The only thing that I heard was pow, pow, pow, pow, and I got to the ground” inside the home, Sequita Thompson, Clark’s grandmother, told the Bee. Thompson crawled over to her 7-year-old granddaughter and told her to lie on the ground as the shots went off. After her family was safe and police began to interview her, Thompson looked out of a window where she saw Clark’s body in the backyard. “I opened that curtain and he was dead,” Thompson told the publication. “I started screaming.” Police said they believed Clark was armed with a gun, though no weapon was found. The department then said they believed Clark was carrying a tool bar used to smash windows. Instead, they found only a cell phone on him. A cinder block and a piece of aluminum were found near the broken sliding door of a neighbor’s home, and police said one of those items might have been the tool bar that the helicopter crew reported seeing. _________________________________________ Enough is enough! These idiots NEED to get punished. Black ppl are a game for them. They get away with too much. He was shot 20 ****ing times. 20.
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  4. Confirmed again 3 hours ago Source/Read More
  5. Source: Sorry if this is posted in the wrong section.
  7. i'm screaming at the leaker running to CNN with this to further get under trump's skin
  8. A veteran Chicago police officer was charged after he allegedly sexually assaulted a suspect who was in custody at a local hospital.Officer Carlyle Calhoun, 46, is accused of twice performing sexual acts on a male suspect in police custody on Feb. 3 at St. Bernard Hospital. His police powers were stripped shortly after the accusations and now the Chicago Police Department is moving to suspend him without pay.He was arrested on Monday and appeared in Bond Court Tuesday afternoon. He was ordered held in lieu of $200,000 bail. When Calhoun was alone with the suspect, he allegedly performed the sexual act on the victim while he was in the hospital room and had his left hand and left foot handcuffed. He then assaulted the victim again a bathroom down the hall, prosecutors said. Calhoun also allegedly took photos of the acts.
  9. 2 more days give apple music competition kings!
  10. And it was confirmed by Sarah Sanders that Trump said nothing to Putin about interfering with US elections or those around the world or murdering Russians in the UK. He called him up to praise him.
  16. More than 400 schools in England have received a hoax email threatening to detonate a bomb on school grounds if money is not handed over, police said. A number of schools were evacuated after receiving the emails, which demanded cash from them. Humberside Police said counter-terrorism colleagues had advised that the threats were not "credible". Schools in London, Manchester and North Yorkshire were among those that received the email. source
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