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NYPD Officer Peter Liang found guilty, faces up to 15 years!

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A New York Police Department Officer Peter Liang who shot an unarmed man dead, was found guilty on charges related to the death of Akai Gurley which occurred back in 2014.

It took about 17 hours for a jury to decide Liang’s fate. Liang faces up to 15-years in prison, his attorneys plan to appeal.

As the verdict was read, Liang appeared to have dropped his head, Liang was also fired from his position as an Officer after the conviction.

According to sources, after Gurley was shot; Liang allegedly did not attempt to resuscitate Gurley in any way, citing that, it would be better to wait for professional aid.

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Georgia: Officers Fired After Viral Assault Video Captured

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A Gwinnett County Police Sgt. Michael Bongiovanni is captured appearing to be repeatedly punching a 21-year-old black man Demetrius Bryan Hollins in the upper part of Hollins body.

According to reports Bongiovanni has since been fired from his position as a law enforcement officer, a second officer has also been fired.

The incident sparked so much outrage that Hollins attorney said “ Attorney: Two Gwinnett County officers who punched client are “thugs” according to AJC.com.

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San Diego: Rapper “Tiny Doo” Files Suit Against City

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SAN DIEGO –

According to the OC Register –

A hip-hop musician and a community organizer have sued the city of San Diego for federal civil rights violations over being jailed on gang-related charges based on their rap lyrics and social media postings.

This is a developing story stay tuned as we gather more info.

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NAACP Pres arrested along with others at Sessions Sit In Protest

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According to the Washington Post –

Six protesters from the NAACP, including the organization’s national president, were arrested Tuesday night after holding a sit-in at the Mobile, Ala., office of Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.), Donald Trump’s attorney general nominee.

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