No criminal charges will be filed in the fatal police shooting of Kenneth Chamberlain, Sr., a 68-year-old Marine vet. He was shot to death in his White Plains, NY apartment after his medical alert device accidentally went off and signalled police to his apartment. According to reports, audio recordings captured by that device showed that a responding officer used racial slurs in addressing the man.
Coverage around the web: CNN, Associated Press, CBS NYC, NY Daily News, The Journal News, NY Mag.
Anthony Carelli, the White Plains police officer who killed Chamberlain, has been accused in a separate racially-charged incident of police brutality.
There’s the shot; here’s the chaser: We have deleted a tweet that did not meet our editorial standards.— Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) February 5, 2018 We’re a ways short of the term ‘racism’ being proudly reclaimed, but there’s not much ground left between here and there.
“There is, and ought to be in this great country, the freedom to say goodbye.”
The New York Times published a carefully compiled and sourced list of Donald Trump’s racist utterances and acts, going back to his refusal to rent homes to black people in the 1970s and ending, for now, with whatever shit he tweeted this weekend. There’s one section titled “Other Assorted Racism.”
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