No. 3 The Breuning CaseIn 1983, whistleblower Dr. Robert Sprague wrote to the National Institute of Mental Health documenting the fraudulent research of Dr. All Officers involved need to be arrested and charged immediately. Praying for the family.”Typically, police call for patience and calm in the wake of a use of force. They are reluctant to weigh in on episodes involving another agency, often citing ongoing investigations or due process.”Not going hide behind ‘not being there,'” tweeted San Jose Police, California, Chief Eddie Garcia.
Was the Newspaper Racist?Unlike their British counterparts, the American abolitionists were committed to fighting for racial equality as well as emancipation. However, since no true equality could come before emancipation, the latter goal overshadowed the former. Garrison’s decision to emphasize the “suffering and dumb” slave represented his choice of emphasizing the more immediate propaganda goal of abolition over the more distant goal of racial equality.
You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeA woman has come under fire for shaming her 12 year old stepson in a video and posting it on the internet after he came home of marijuana Aaliyah Hines published the clip, in which she shaves the boy head, on her Facebook page.It appeared along with the caption: “Step son decided to walk in my house at 12yrs old smelling like a pound of weed not only is he smoking but he will also be repeating the 7th grad next school term.” (sic)In the video, she asks her stepson, who she names as Terence, to tell the camera how old he is and what he has been doing.He appears reluctant to speak, slightly lethargic and ashamed.When he replies that he is 12 and has been smoking, she says: “I don know how to cut hair, but we gonna cut hair today,” before pulling out a pair of clippers and shaving the top of his head.Punishment: Hines later said “what else was I supposed to do?”She gives her stepson a Jefferson haircut named after a sitcom character in All in the Family which results in the child looking like they bald on top.Parents using the hairstyle as a form of discipline hit the news earlier this year when a barber agreed to help them punish their children by giving them the Button look.Ms Hines video, filmed in the US, has since been watched more than 9 million times, and while some have praised her actions, others have spoken out against it. Did he deserve to be publicly humiliated for an audience of millions? Absolutely not.”If anyone other than a parent uploaded a video to humiliate another person this way, especially a teenager, it would be called cyberbullying.”Another blogger wrote: “While I totally agree with dishing out punishment to misbehaving kids, why the need to post it online for everyone to see? Its starting to look like some of these parentsare doing it for the fame themselves.”One blogger wrote: While I totally agree with dishing out punishment to misbehaving kids, why the need to post it online for everyone to see? Its starting to look like some of these parents are doing it for the fame themselves.”YouTube user incangeneral said: “So the move now is embarrass the kid to not only his friends but even people he doesn know. The cut is bad already but posting it on YouTube?”Defending her actions, Aaliyah wrote on Facebook: “He got warned so many times even after getting a call saying he was going to repeat the same grade, I still let him slide.”I asked to leave work early today so I can do something with him he walked in the house smelling like the best week ever, eyes blood shot red and a box of Popeyes in his hand.