Breonna Taylor Killed in Botched Police Raid

Breonna Taylor was a 26-year-old emergency medical technician (EMT) who was shot and killed by Louisville Metro Police on March 13 during a late-night raid on her home where her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, was also sleeping. Taylor was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on June 5, 1993, to Tamika Palmer and Trory Herrod, according to her obituary. She graduated from Western High School in 2011 and went on to study … Continue reading Breonna Taylor Killed in Botched Police Raid

Nathaniel Woods Execution

Alabama inmate Nathaniel Woods was put to death Thursday night, three hours after his scheduled execution was initially delayed when the U.S. Supreme Court stepped in for a last-minute review of his case. But the high court ultimately declined to intervene, and Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey also said she would not impede the execution, sealing Woods’ fate. Woods, 43, who was convicted for his role … Continue reading Nathaniel Woods Execution

Leaving Neverland

So we all know the HBO documentary series that was recently released named “Leaving Neverland” it has 2 main parts then a third which was an Opra interview. If you haven’t watched the documentary please stop right now and do not read any further till you see for yourself. It focuses on two men, Wade Robson and James Safechuck, who allege they were sexually abused … Continue reading Leaving Neverland

The West Memphis Three

The West Memphis Three are three men who – while teenagers – were tried and convicted, in 1994, of the 1993 murders of three boys in West Memphis, Arkansas. Damien Echols was sentenced to death, Jessie Misskelley, Jr. was sentenced to life imprisonment plus two 20-year sentences, and Jason Baldwin was sentenced to life imprisonment. During the trial, the prosecution asserted that the children were killed as … Continue reading The West Memphis Three

George Stinney Jr

George Stinney Jr. lived in the mill town of Alcolu in South Carolina, where whites and blacks were separated by railroad tracks. Stinney’s family lived in company housing until they were forced to move after his father, George Sr., was fired from the local lumber mill when his son was accused of bludgeoning two white girls to death. The Murders Of Betty June Binnicker And … Continue reading George Stinney Jr