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Wisconsin sheriff on recent Baton Rouge shootings: I predicted this

Wisconsin sheriff on recent Baton Rouge shootings: I predicted this

Here's part of what he said. Not surprisingly, Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke's speech was highly anticipated, given that three police officers were slain by a gunman over the weekend in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The slogan emerged in 2014 as a pro-police response to the shooting deaths of two NY police officers and a counter to the " Black Lives Matter " movement formed to combat violence - police brutality, in particular - against black people.



Both Sides: Honor Dallas officers by honoring Black Lives Matter

In addressing the request to name Black Lives Matter a terrorist organization, the White House acknowledged that "This is a hard time for our nation and this is a charged debate that stirs deep emotion". Black lives do matter, but all lives matter", Brown said . Sanford police spokeswoman Bianca Gillett said department officials have called in extra officers for security and will have officers from other local law enforcement departments as well.



Black Lives Matter peaceful protest held in San Marcos

You see, a post-racial society is neither a reality in the United States nor anywhere else in the world. After the tragic ambush in Baton Rouge that left three officers dead and three officers injured, white confederate groups took to the streets in Dallas.


Union: Charges should be dropped against police

Union: Charges should be dropped against police

Rice was acquitted after a bench trial by Baltimore Circuit Court Judge Barry Williams . Rice is the fourth officer to stand trial in the case. Officer Garrett Miller is scheduled for trial this month, while Sergeant Alicia White's trial is set for October.



Clinton: Trump the 'most dangerous' man ever to run for president

Republicans kicked off their presidential nominating convention in Cleveland with a message of strength and security, after a series of attacks and instability overseas, as well as violent shootings across the United States. Pat Smith, whose son was killed in the attack on a US compound there, told the Quicken Loans Arena audience that she blames Clinton " personally " for her son's death.