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· 9 movies and shows that explain how America’s justice system got this way →
Across nine documentary episodes — some of which are as long as a feature film — The Innocence Files draws on the same intriguing cases that often become the subjects of true-crime series while illustrating the breakdown of supposedly just systems and the unreliability of allegedly unimpeachable evidence.
· The charges against former Minnesota police officer Derek Chauvin, explained →
But charges were not filed against the officers who allegedly caused Gray’s spinal cord injuries until May 1.
· Bangladesh arrests alleged human traffic chief after Libya killings →
A Bangladeshi who allegedly heads an international human trafficking gang was arrested Monday, police said, after the retaliatory killing of 30 migrants following the murder of a smuggler in Libya.
· George Floyd killing: pressure grows for other three officers to face charges →
Chauvin shot and wounded Ira Latrell Toles during a domestic abuse call in 2008, the Minnesota newspaper the Star Tribune reported, and in 2006 Chauvin and five other officers were involved in the shooting death of Wayne Reyes, who allegedly pointed a shotgun in their direction.
· John Oliver: When Trump 'uses the word thugs, you know what it’s code for' →
“And when ‘order’ results in you lying face-down on a lawn while your grandma stands between you and the police who have pulled their guns on you after you allegedly just rolled a stop sign,” he continued, in reference to Tye Anders, a 21-year-old Texan arrested in a terrifying ordeal with police in May.
The New York Times
· America, Inflamed. Join Us for a Special Conversation About Race. →
Police respond to a call about a man who allegedly used a counterfeit $20 bill to buy cigarettes.
· 'Amethi MP Missing' poster: Smriti Irani questions Sonia Gandhi in scathing reply to Mahila Congress' barbs →
After All India Mahila Congress shared a poster allegedly from Smriti Irani’s Lok Sabha constituency Amethi with a message that translated to: “Amethi is searching for its missing MP”, the Union Minister hit back giving an “account” of the work done by her during the Covid-19 lockdown.
· Empty statements like Amazon’s show black lives only matter to big business when there’s profit to be made →
Amazon’s reported mistreatment of its warehouse workers is infamous; employees have reported having to urinate in plastic bottles due to lack of time for a toilet break, pregnant workers have allegedly been asked to stand for hours on end, meanwhile, 600 ambulances were called out to the company’s warehouses in three years.
The China Post
· Judge tosses ex-basketball players’ ‘Fortnite’ dance lawsuit →
“And here Plaintiffs claim is based on Epic Games allegedly ‘capturing and digitally copying’ the Running Man dance to create the Fortnite emote that ‘allows the player’s avatars to execute the Running Man identically to Plaintiffs’ version.’” This is squarely within the rights protected by the Copyright Act,” he wrote.
· Who was George Floyd, the man whose death has sparked protests across the US? →
Last Monday, police officer Derek Chauvin – who had allegedly worked alongside Mr Floyd at another Minneapolis venue last year – knelt on the unarmed black man’s neck and, after worldwide condemnation, was charged with his murder.