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WATCH: Is Racially Charged Renisha McBride Murder Trial Another Trayvon Martin Case

In this interview with Dr. Boyce Watkins of Your Black World, Attorney Damario Solomon-Simmons provides legal analysis of the tragic shooting death of  a 19 year old African-American female named Renisha McBride by a 51-year-old White Man Theodore Wafer.   The undisputed facts are really quite simple as an injured and intoxicated McBride pounding on Wafer’s door at 4:30am after …

Attorneys: Toxicology Report Proves Security Guard Was High When He Shot, Paralyzed Monroe Bird III

Source: KJRH.Com TULSA – The family of Monroe Bird III, who was shot by an apartment security guard earlier this year, said at a news conference Tuesday the guard’s toxicology report show’s he was high on marijuana on the night of the shooting. Bird’s family’s attorneys, Benjamin Crump and Damario Solomon-Simmons, said Tuesday they’d recently reviewed Ricky Stone’s toxicology report, …

Marissa Alexander Denied New Stand Your Ground Hearing

Source: Irin Carmon/MSNBC.COM Florida’s controversial Stand Your Ground law will once again be no refuge for Marissa Alexander, the Florida woman who fired what she said was a warning shot near her abusive husband, Rico Gray, and his two sons. On Friday, Circuit judge James H. Daniel denied her request for a new hearing to seek immunity from prosecution under the law, …

Florida Appeals Court: Stand Your Ground Law Applies to Everyone, Even Convicted Felons

Source: Marc Freeman/Sun Sentinel Gun-toting felons have the same rights as law-abiding citizens to use the Stand Your Ground law to avoid criminal charges, according to a new appeals court ruling. Reversing an opinion from 2012, the 4th District Court of Appeal said Wednesday a felon from Riviera Beach now can try to get his 2009 aggravated battery with a …