Police Officer Brian More, 105 Precinct Anti-Crime, Police Department, City of New York. End of Watch, May 4, 2015.
Did State's Attorney for Baltimore City Marilyn Mosby make a grave prosecutorial error in declaring Freddie Gray's knife legal and the actions of Baltimore police improper?
Personal Vendettas, Racial Politics, and Husband Rule Mosby Says Former Office of State's Attorney Analyst
Cristie Cole, a former Operations Research Analyst for the Office of the State's Attorney for Baltimore City claims her parting e mail was pulled from office servers only hours after being sent, because it contained damaging information on newly elected State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby.
Freddie Gray's spinal injuries could quite possibly have been the result of a preexisting condition due to childhood lead poisoning.
Rumours about a lawsuit involving Freddie Gray and Allstate insurance began flying around social media late today. One site in particular, The Fourth Estate, was apparently more concerned about being first than they were about being right.
Federal monitor Peter 'Captain Obvious' Zimroth has imposed new rules on the NYPD, and they read like advice a parent would give a six year old.
Did the Organization for Black Struggle, a grass roots partner of far left SEIU, raise funds under false pretenses, dupe George Soros backed MoveOn.org, and keep monies intended for other groups?
Phil Gassoway, a Ferguson resident, well known local activist, and the Executive Director of Ground Level Support says yes, and he went on the record with me to explain.
Eric Crumbley is retired NYPD. He is also a friend and someone I respect
Most significantly, he was one of my instructors in the NYPD Academy which uniquely qualifies him to speak to proper procedures on use of force scenarios. Eric blended theory and practice, and his advice and experience proved to be invaluable once I hit the street.
With his permission, I have re-posted here what he posted to his Facebook page as I found it one of the best analyses of this incident.