Affluenza VS Black Girl Stigma.

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Let’s take a look here.
So Ethan Couch, right????

People are dead because of him.

A week after an arrest warrant was issued for Ethan Couch — more commonly known as the “affluenza teen” — for violating his probation, the 18-year-old remains on the lam.

Authorities have not yet pinpointed the location of Couch, who two years ago killed four people during a drunken driving crash, but they suspect his mother is helping to hide him.

On Monday, the Tarrant County, Texas, sheriff’s office announced that Tonya Couch has been listed as a missing person on nationwide databases and may be accompanying her fugitive son.

“We believe she is helping or assisting him but we can’t even prove they are together at this time,” said Sheriff Dee Anderson.

The sheriff’s office released photos of Tonya Couch and a black Ford F-150 pickup truck that the pair might be using.

A judge’s decision to give Ethan Couch probation instead of jail time was controversial at the time, and more so after a video this month appeared to show the teen playing a drinking game at a party.

District Attorney Sharen Wilson said it “certainly looks like him” in the video, but added that without further investigation, the video alone did not prove he violated his probation.

But leaving the county and not meeting his probation officer are violations, she said.

When Ethan Couch is apprehended, he could be sent to juvenile detention until he turns 19, in April. But Wilson says she wants to move Couch’s case to an adult court, where he could face a longer jail sentence.


Affluenza Vs Black Girl Stigma.
#AssaultAtSpringValleyHigh #dropthecharges
Shakara, the little black girl who was thrown to the ground by a school resource officer, and Niya Kenny, the student who filmed it, are now in legal trouble. While Officer Ben Fields was promptly fired, the two girls face a misdemeanor charge of disturbing schools. If found guilty, they could face 90 days in jail or be fined up to $1,000.
But on Thursday, several organizations, including ColorOfChange and the Alliance for Educational Justice, submitted a petition calling for the charges against the two teens to be dropped.
“These two young women have suffered enough without the justice system dragging out the process of eliminating these ridiculous charges,” said Rashad Robinson, ColorOfChange’s executive director, in a statement.
Dan Johnson, the judicial circuit solicitor in charge of the case, doesn’t want personal bias or feelings to play a role, and would rather follow the letter of the law.
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In the news tonight.

A Maryland church’s ‘Black Lives Matter’ sign is defaced … again

This past Saturday, St. Philips Episcopal Church in Annapolis hosted a community workshop to talk about race issues and celebrate the “Black Lives Matter” movement. On Sunday, the predominately black church had a ceremony for more than 300 people as it hoisted its new sign in front of the church proclaiming “black lives matter” — the rallying cry behind the nationwide movement to fight police brutality and systemic discrimination against black people.

A former Arkansas prison chaplain accused of raping inmates based his classes on the teachings of the evangelical minister who influenced the Duggar family’s homeschooling of their 19 children.

Kenneth Dewitt was charged last week with 50 counts of third-degree sexual assault after investigators accused him of pressuring three inmates at a women’s state prison into providing him with sexual favors,

Madison’s Young, Gifted and Black Coalition protests Lisa Mitchell’s incarceration

About 15 protesters gathered on North Whitney Way near University Avenue Wednesday morning, calling for the release of Lisa Mitchell, a black transgender woman who is currently in the Dane County Jail.

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“We want to end the transphobia, we want to end the particular experience of trans black folk,” Young Gifted and Black Coalition member Alix Shabazz said to the group. “We know that trans black people experience a very intersectional type of violence. Not only will you be thrown into jail because you’re black. You will also be thrown into jail because you’re trans.”

4-year-old, 4 adults injured in Edgewater dog attack

A 4-year old girl will have surgery Monday morning after being attacked by a pit bull in Edgewater, authorities said.

The dog attacked the child Sunday morning in a neighborhood on Marilyn Drive, investigators said.

California Cop Rapes 21-Year-Old Woman, Then Tries To Bribe Her
A 21-year-old woman anonymously referred to as Jane Doe was allegedly sexually assaulted by Kern County deputy Gabriel Lopez in 2013. Lopez and another deputy came in to her apartment to check on her boyfriend, who was on probation. Lopez then put Doe in handcuffs, patted her down, grabbed her crotch and groped her, after which he removed the handcuffs and left.

Only minutes later, he came back to the apartment, alone, and did something horrifying:

 New Orleans police officer gets life behind bars in rape of 7-year-old girl after trial with courtroom selfie and raunchy texts

A New Orleans police officer who was convicted of raping a 7-year-old girl will spend the rest of his life behind bars after his sentencing Tuesday.

The lifetime term without probation or parole for Michael Thomassie, 41, follows a trial marked by prosecutors’ seizure of the cellphone they said Thomassie used to send raunchy texts to his girlfriend and a courtroom selfie. A jury convicted the 13-year veteran cop Aug. 20 of the aggravated rape of his then-girlfriend’s daughter, a second-grader, in 2003.

Feds move to ban mountaintop removal in part of TN

The federal government is moving closer to granting Tennessee’s request to ban mountaintop mining in parts of the Cumberland Mountains, which was filed years ago under former Gov. Phil Bredesen’s administration.

FDA overturns 30-year ban on blood donations by gay men
The United States government on Monday overturned its 30-year ban on blood donations by gay men, saying they can now donate 12 months after their last sexual contact with another man.

The Food and Drug Administration said its decision to reverse the policy was based on an examination of the latest science which shows that an indefinite ban is not necessary to prevent transmission of HIV, the virus that causes AIDS.

Accused drunk Florida boater poops in water, throws pot overboard during arrest
A Florida plumber caught drunkenly boating through a manatee zone pooped in the water and threw his marijuana overboard when a deputy tried to arrest him, deputies said.

James Christian Bates threatened to beat up his arresting officer when he was taken into custody off the coast of Port Charlotte Sunday, according to the Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office.

Ferguson cop says life is ‘ruined’ after pointing AR-15 at journalists and saying, ‘I’m going to f*cking kill you!’

A petulant public servant is now playing the role of ‘victim’ after he pointed his AR-15 at a John Zeigler.

The entire incident was caught on film, showing St. Ann police officer, Ray Albers with his gun raised pointing it directly at Zeigler, who was live streaming at the time.

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