Monthly Archives: October 2021

Kenosha activists call for peace and justice ahead of Kyle Rittenhouse trial

Jury selection for Kyle Rittenhouse’s trial begins Monday. Other members of the Rittenhouse coverage community told WISN 12 that tensions and anxiety are high as the trial approaches. executive director of Kenosha Leaders. “Either way, we want everyone to stay peaceful because it’s about getting justice for two young men. …

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Racial disparities in law enforcement decisions

California passed the RIPA legislation in 2015 because of concerns about bias in law enforcement that lead different groups to have different experiences with law enforcement. Beyond the obligation to collect stop data, the legislation broadened and clarified the definition of racial and identity profiling to consider and rely on …

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Can Brooklyn’s New U.S. Attorney Help Restore Confidence In Law Enforcement?

In 1999, Mr. Peace became an associate lawyer in the United States, dealing with narcotics, immigration, bank fraud and other cases, including an insurance fraud ring run by a former New Jersey cop. In early 2000, Mr Peace asked Ms Pokorny to work with him on a case he had …

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Brunswickers hope for peace and justice ahead of trial

Residents said they didn’t think residents would cause any problems during or after the trial, but said people from out of town could. BRUNSWICK, Georgia – Less than a week before the men charged with Ahmaud Arbery’s death stand trial, community members in the small town of Brunswick, Georgia, said …

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The Non-Aligned Movement contributes to world peace and justice – Middle East Monitor

The Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) contributes to peace, justice and solidarity in the world, the Azerbaijani president said on Monday, as the group celebrates its 60th anniversary. The Non-Aligned Movement met in the capital of Serbia, Belgrade, for a high-level commemorative meeting. “NAM has played an important role on the international …

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