The trial and internal police review process have dragged on for years, and the officers involved in the killing of the unarmed teen still haven't been fired.
US Prosecutors Didn't Charge Police Officers in 96 Percent of Alleged Civil Rights Violations in the Past 20 Years
An investigation by the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review went through three million records from the US Department of Justice, and found that prosecutors did not pursue 12,703 potential civil rights violations out of 13,233 cases.
It's Been Four Years Since the NYPD Shot an Unarmed Teen in His Own Home — And the Call for Justice Just Got Louder
On the fourth anniversary of the police shooting of Ramarley Graham in the Bronx, protesters and the teen’s family called for federal prosecutors to convene a grand jury in the case.
The autopsy report offers some insight into what happened to the 22-year-old, but mostly serves to inspire a bunch of new indignant questions about how the police could claim he shoot himself in the backseat of a cop car.
The autopsy report offers some insight into what happened to the 22-year-old, but mostly serves to inspire a bunch of new indignant questions about how the police could claim he shot himself in the backseat of a cop car.
The NYPD could have arrested Calvin Bryant any time—but they chose to do so at Eric Garner's funeral, after his death was ruled a homicide.
NYC resident Eric Garner's death via police chokehold has been officially ruled a homicide. So why did cops arrest another man outside his funeral even though he wasn't doing anything illegal at the time?
NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton offers a vile defense of officers caught on camera brutalizing and killing civilians.
Eric Garner died in the street on Thursday after as many as four New York police officers choked him and slammed his head.
A federal court rules that cops can't arrest you for filming them. But this doesn't end impunity or brutality.