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Terence Crutcher’s Family Thankful Betty Shelby Going to Trial

The Crutcher family is relieved to learn that officer Shelby must stand trial for the illegal, unnecessary, and unjustified shooting and killing of Terence Crutcher.  The Crutcher family is thankful that when Judge Carter made her decision, she saw through the steady barrage of irrelevant and unfounded statements by officer Betty Shelby’s defense team. Likewise, the Crutcher family is also …

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$23.6 Billion Dollar Man: Is Attorney Willie Gary The Greatest Black Attorney of All-Time?

Recently Attorney Willie Gary added to his legend by convincing a  jury in northwestern Florida to award a staggering $23 billion judgment late Friday against the country’s second-largest tobacco company for causing the death of a chain smoker who died of lung cancer at the age of 36. In this interview me and Dr. Boyce Watkins discuss this historic verdict and whether …

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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 …

Trial date is set for Former Oklahoma City Police Officer Accused of Raping Women While on Duty

Source: Matt Dinger/Oklahoman A trial date has been set for a former Oklahoma City police officer accused of raping and assaulting women while on duty. The trial for Daniel Ken Holtzclaw, 28, will begin Oct. 26, it was decided during a hearing Wednesday morning.  Holtzclaw will be tried in Oklahoma County District Court on 36 counts, including eight counts of …