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Cleveland officer not guilty over deaths of two people shot at 137 times by police

In court in the morning, Cuyahoga County judge John P O’Donnell said prosecutors failed to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that bullets fired by Brelo were the cause of death of Malissa Williams and Timothy Russell, or that Brelo had no fear for his own life during the volley of gunfire that ended a high-speed car chase on 29 November 2012. Regarding the shots fired from Brelo’s gun, O’Donnell said they could have been the ones causing death, but so could others fired by other officers…

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Cleveland police officers recently killed a 37-year-old African American woman who died after police slammed her head on the concrete, just outside of her family's home. Her brother explained that Tanisha Anderson was pronounced dead at Cleveland Clinic after the assault by the Ohio cops. The pronouncement came early Thursday about two hours after the police "take down" caused Anderson to bash...

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Tanisha Anderson - Murdered unjustifiably by the police with brutality in Cleveland, Ohio. on November 12th, 2014 . Policeman who killed her was not charged.

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(1) Dec 3, 2014 Cleveland police officer, Tim Loehmann, who shot Tamir Rice was unfit for duty years ago, records show...was previously “distracted” and “weepy” during his firearms qualification training at a suburban Ohio police department, new internal documents revealed Wednesday.

The terms of a “consent decree” under which the Cleveland Police Department (CPD) will now operate represent a long step toward turning the CPD into a branch of the federal government. by Bob Adelmann

'Black women unnamed': how Tanisha Anderson's bad day turned into her last

Anderson died during an encounter with Cleveland police as her family, who had called 911 seeking help, watched from their home. Like many of the 22 women killed by police this year, her story has been ‘erased’ from the spotlight

'Black women unnamed': how Tanisha Anderson's bad day turned into her last

#BlackLivesMatter | 'Black women unnamed': how Tanisha Anderson's bad day turned into her last | Anderson died during an encounter with Cleveland police as her family, who had called 911 seeking help, watched from their home. Like many of the 23 women killed by police this year, her story has been ‘erased’ from the spotlight