Fort Walton Beach Deputy Shoots and Kills Black Airman in Wrong Apartment: An Ongoing Tragedy of Police Brutality

Fort Walton Beach, Florida – A tragic incident involving a sheriff’s deputy in Fort Walton Beach, according to civil rights attorney Ben Crump, has resulted in the shooting and death of 23-year-old U.S. Airforce Senior Airman Roger Fortson. The case has stirred up emotions, particularly within the Black community, where police violence serves as a … Read more

US Maternal Mortality Rates Show Significant Decline in 2022, Particularly for Black Women

Atlanta, Georgia – A recent report from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reveals a significant decrease in maternal deaths in 2022 compared to the previous year. The maternal mortality rate fell from 32.9 deaths per 100,000 live births in 2021 to 22.3 per 100,000 in 2022. Despite this improvement, Black women still … Read more

overdose death rates skyrocket for older Black adults in U.S. amid pandemic violence

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – A recent study led by researchers at Penn State University has revealed alarming trends in overdose death rates in the United States between 2012 and 2021. The study, which analyzed data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Census Bureau, focused on investigating the demographic characteristics of over half … Read more

Leader of Black Lives Matter Denied Appeal in Violent Assault Case Against Police Officer

Chicago, IL – The Supreme Court has declined to hear an appeal from a Black Lives Matter leader who was found responsible for a violent attack on a police officer. The incident occurred during a protest in which the officer was injured by a brick thrown by the protester. The Court’s decision upholds the lower … Read more

Court Rules Against Black Lives Matter Leader in Liability Case Over Attack on Police Officer at Protest.

Baton Rouge, Louisiana – The Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal from a Black Lives Matter organizer who was held responsible for a violent incident involving a police officer at a protest he had arranged. Civil rights activist Deray Mckesson was sued by an unnamed Baton Rouge officer, referred to as “John Doe,” for … Read more

Explosions Target Black Sea Fleet Communications Center in Sevastopol: OSINT Reporters Confirm

Sevastopol, Crimea – Multiple explosions rocked occupied Sevastopol on Saturday evening, with reports suggesting that the target may have been the Black Sea Fleet (BSF) communications center. According to open-source intelligence (OSINT) experts, the attack appeared to have hit a crucial Russian military installation in the region. The incident unfolded around 10:00 p.m., as social … Read more

Police Brutality: Former Mississippi Deputies Sentenced for Torturing Two Black Men

Jackson, Mississippi – Former Mississippi deputies faced the consequences of their actions in court as a federal judge handed down prison sentences for their involvement in torturing two Black men during a heinous incident. Christian Dedmon, 29, received a sentence of 40 years in prison, while Daniel Opdyke, 28, was sentenced to 17.5 years. The … Read more

Mississippi Deputies Sentenced for Torturing Two Black Men in Shocking Case of Police Brutality

JACKSON, Miss. – Two former Mississippi deputies received prison sentences on Wednesday from a federal judge for their involvement in a heinous act of breaking into a home and torturing two Black men. Christian Dedmon, aged 29, was sentenced to 40 years in prison, while Daniel Opdyke, aged 28, received a 17 1/2-year sentence. U.S. … Read more

Deputies Weep as Sentences Handed Down for Torturing Black Men

Jackson, Mississippi – Two former deputies from Rankin County wept in court as they faced sentencing for their involvement in a horrific case of police brutality and racial violence. Christian Dedmon, 29, received a 40-year sentence, while Daniel Opdyke, 28, was sentenced to 17.5 years for their roles in torturing two Black men during a … Read more

Employee Fatally Shoots Black Man in Head During 7-Eleven Bathroom Dispute

Indianapolis, IN – A tragic incident unfolded at a 7-Eleven in Indianapolis, where a Black man was fatally shot by an employee during a dispute over the use of the bathroom. The victim, identified as a local resident with no criminal record, was shot in the head, leading to his untimely death. The altercation reportedly … Read more