Neues „Racial Profiling“-Urteil: Kontrollen der Bundespolizei seit 2006 illegal
Über Jahre hinweg hat die Bundespolizei Menschen in Zügen und auf Bahnhöfen ohne rechtliche Grundlage kontrolliert. Der Verwaltungsgerichtshof in Mannheim hat diese Praxis nun für illegal erklärt. Es ist nicht das erste Gericht, das so urteilt.
Two Black Men Took Video Of A Contentious 2014 Traffic Stop With An Officer They Say Is Ray Tensing
The car's passenger, who recorded the incident, told BuzzFeed News that Tensing pulled open the car door in the same way he tried to open Samuel Dubose's door before fatally shooting him during a July traffic stop.
Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio Admits To Illegally Detaining People Despite Court Order
The self-proclaimed “toughest sheriff in America” admitted to violating a court order to stop detaining people suspected of being in the country illegally. The admission comes a month before a hearing that could disclose details of his department.
George Mason SAE Accepted Black Pledge Because He Was "White Sounding," Former Member Says
A former Sigma Alpha Epsilon member at George Mason University told BuzzFeed News that in 2011 the brothers denied acceptance to at least nine minority students – taking in one who "sounded like he knew English." And another pledge said a "secret" whites-only sect existed at the California State University, Northridge in the 1980s.
Daniele Watts, Actor Who Accused LAPD Of Racial Profiling, Must Apologize To Officer
Django Unchained actor Daniele Watts was handcuffed during an encounter with police in September after witnesses said she and her boyfriend were having sex in a car. The couple pleaded no contest to disturbing the peace.
Following Allegations Of Racial Discrimination At The Store, New Petition Calls For Jay Z To End His Collaboration With Barneys
Lawsuits claim the store and the NYPD have racially profiled Barneys customers. Undercover officers are said to have asked black shoppers how they could afford designer products.
Obama's 2008 Plan Said It Would Reform The Death Penalty, End Racial Profiling
Touting his record of helping to reform the death penalty as a state Senator in Illinois, Obama promised his 2008 plan to reform the death penalty, and issue he has talked about little since talking office. Also in the campaign plan, Obama said he'd sign a bill to to "ban racial profiling" under federal law, another issue the President has talked about little since taking office. Supporters of the President, however, point to his efforts to stop Arizona's new immigration as a sign he is keeping with his pledge.