A longtime Marines veteran won a judgement of just over $41 million against the Plano bar where bouncers broke his neck and paralyzed him when they threw him out.
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Schanda Handley was at home with her daughter and a neighbor when two men showed up at the door, dressed in what looked like blue uniforms from an appliance store. They had a carpet steamer and asked Handley if they could demonstrate it for her. When she said no, the men forced their way into her house at gunpoint, put a hood over her head and handcuffed her and her neighbor, she said. Then they pushed Handley into a van and drove off, leaving Handley’s 14-year-old daughter and the neighbor behi
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"Never in a million years did I think our justice system was like this," one mother said. "Never did I think that judges were doing this and getting away with it."
- The Root
Another day, another violent arrest of a Black person that began with an alleged nonviolent offense.
- Business Insider
A cruise passenger who assaulted two men during a drunken brawl at a buffet was sentenced to 21 months in jail
A financial advisor was sentenced to 21 months in jail after being found guilty of two counts of assault causing actual bodily harm during a cruise.
- Kansas City Star
The victim was also missing most of her fingers and all of her toes, police said.
Footage shows a 'frustrated' contractor using an excavator to wreck a new apartment complex over unpaid work
The contractor from Blumberg, Germany, caused $600,000 worth of damage because he claimed the building's developer owed him $5.8 million, reports say.
A judge told a member of the far-right Proud Boys in a hearing: “We have a virus that is killing people — why is it so hard to wear a mask?”
- Lexington Herald-Leader
The girl called her dad for help and he was walking her through the situation — then the call dropped.
- Lexington Herald-Leader
The girl sent an “SOS” message to her parents before she went missing.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
While taking the gator into custody, one officer tells the reptile, “You’re so pretty, I’m gonna name you Emma.”
- The Telegraph
The story is a sickeningly familiar one: of vulnerable young girls groomed and sexually exploited by older men in a city in Northern England. This time it was Bradford, where a review into two decades of offending reported this week that “children suffered abuse no child should have to experience”. If you think you’ve heard this before, then that is because you have. What happened in Bradford, where nine men were jailed in 2019 for raping and abusing two teenage girls living in a children’s home
The teen remained on life support until early Saturday morning.
A celebrity influencer scammed victims out of $24m to fund his luxury lifestyle that he bragged about on Instagram
The FBI used the Nigerian influencer's flamboyant social media posts as evidence to charge him with financial crimes.
- The Root
Georgia Cops Arrest Black Man After Answering Mental Health Call. One Cop Sics Police Dog on Him for Seemingly No Reason
Attorneys for a Black man in Alpharetta, Ga., said their client will file a lawsuit following an incident in which he was viciously attacked by a police dog while being taken into custody, and one that proves once again that cops have no business answering calls regarding unarmed citizens suffering a mental health crisis.
- Miami Herald
We were almost there.
- USA TODAY
In 1972, Melvin McNair helped hijack a plane to join Black Panthers in Algeria. ‘I am at peace with what I did.’
In exile in France, McNair has built a life around community service and baseball. He is wanted by authorities in the U.S. for his 50-year-old crime.
- Washington Examiner
A federal judge in New York issued a judgment of forfeiture on Friday allowing authorities to seize an oil tanker used to ferry petroleum to North Korea in violation of international sanctions, the Justice Department announced.
- Washington Post
TOKYO - Even before she lost in the third round of the Olympic tennis tournament in which she was a favorite to win, Naomi Osaka faced backlash in Japan. The criticism, long running and usually bubbling just under the surface in her birth nation, came to the fore again when she climbed an illuminated staircase to light the Olympic cauldron under the glare of the world's spotlight. The issue for many commenters on Yahoo, which serves as a popular forum for a vocal minority of the country's conser
A woman caught on video being charged by a grizzly bear at Yellowstone faces criminal charges after officials used social media to identify her
Yellowstone officials asked for help identifying the woman, who they later discovered had posted photos of the bears on her personal Facebook page.
- KTRK – Houston
Detectives say the preschool-age victim described disturbing sex acts done to her and another younger child.