That same police officer, John Barbour, is one of two under investigation for sharing Scott’s personal details shortly after her testimony on police defunding. In posts first reported by the Norman Transcript, Barbour made a Facebook post sharing an unredacted video of police responding to Scott’s 911 call in May. (Although details of the video remain unconfirmed, they align with Scott’s own testimony about calling 911 on a stalker that month.) … [Read more...] about Did Doxxing of an Oklahoma Councilwoman Lead to a Neighbor Being Raped?
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Police came to her house and she was arrested on IG Live saying she is a spokesperson for QAnon & the White House and wanted the police to “call Donald Trump and ask him” because she can’t share any “classified information.” … [Read more...] about Woman Arrested After Freaking Out At Target Over Coronavirus Masks, Tells Police Officers She’s A White House Spokesperson
“So many people, for the first time, realized what Black Lives Matter actually meant. So, whereas five years ago, the term Black Lives Matter scared and confused a lot of people. I think this is a very recent change, I would say and the day that the George Floyd video circulated is the day that this changed," Steptoe said. "It shows how quickly political discourse can shift. You know, it really just took a video and nationwide protests for people to start at least saying different things." … [Read more...] about The past century of race, riot and protest in the United States: A brief timeline
This photo provided by the Ramsey County Sheriff's Office shows former Minneapolis police Officer Derek Chauvin, who was arrested Friday in the Memorial Day death of George Floyd. Chauvin’s wife reportedly filed for dissolution of their marriage, her attorneys said Friday. (Courtesy of Ramsey County Sheriff's Office via AP) … [Read more...] about Derek Chauvin set to make first court appearance
“What seemed acceptable before is not where we are now,” Twitty said. “There’s a lot of people who think you make one bargain about this, and then it’s over. And the thing is, it’s never over. This is an evolving conversation about the symbols that we want to represent us.” … [Read more...] about Mississippi students voted to move a Civil War statue. Now they fear a Confederate shrine