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Chicago Superintendent Seeks to Fire 7 Officers Over Laquan McDonald Shooting

August 18, 2016
Chicago's police superintendent has recommended that seven officers be fired for lying in the aftermath of the fatal shooting of Laquan McDonald in October 2014.
<p>Photo: Code 3</p>

Code 3 Announces the Recall of Rechargeable LED Work/Utility Lamps

August 18, 2016
Code 3 is conducting a safety recall of its first generation EW2461-series worklamp – a portable, magnetic mountable, LED work/utility lamp powered by a rechargeable Lithium-ion battery. There have been no reported injuries.

Federal Judge Declares “Black Lives Matter” During Open Court Hearing Over Seattle Police Reform

August 17, 2016
“To hide behind a collective-bargaining agreement is not going to work,” Robart said during a dramatic court hearing he opened by laying out a path for police-accountability reform and closed with an emotional declaration that “black lives matter.”

Black Lives Matter Rakes in $100 Million from Liberal Foundations

August 17, 2016
That funding comes in addition to more than $33 million in grants to the Black Lives Matter movement from top Democratic Party donor George Soros through his Open Society Foundations, as well as grant-making from the Center for American Progress.

Video: Tulsa Police Helicopter Damaged by Ground Fire

August 17, 2016
Tulsa police officials say they believe a bullet caused tens of thousands of dollars worth of damage to one of their helicopters.

Chicago Officer Wounded in Carjacking Investigation

August 17, 2016
The officers tried to stop him, but the man stuck a gun out the window and fired shots at the squad car, according to a statement from the Chicago Police Department. One bullet struck the squad car and grazed an officer in the face, it said.

Milwaukee Officer Facing Social Media Threats After Fatal OIS

August 17, 2016
“Now y'all see his face if he's seen anywhere in the city drop him,” read one post. Another called for a gun so the person could “shoot him right in his head.” The posters gave the officer’s name and some included his home address.
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Suspect Found Biting Pieces of Man's Face Off at Murder Scene

August 16, 2016
When the first deputy arrived, she found Harrouff on top of the male stabbing victim who was lying in the driveway. The sheriff said Harrouff was biting the victim on the face, removing the victim's flesh with his teeth.
<p>Suspect Billy Monroe Jones (Photo: Sebastian County)</p>

Arkansas Cop Killer Suspect Charged With Capital Murder

August 16, 2016
The shooting suspect in the death of Sebastian County, AR, Deputy Cpl. Bill Cooper has been charged with capital murder and 10 counts of attempted capital murder.

Video: Vocal Atlanta Police Protester Busted for Impersonating an Officer

August 16, 2016
One of the most vocal leaders of an Atlanta group protesting police brutality has himself been arrested multiple times for impersonating a police officer.
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