Human Rights Watch decries Assad’s use of the weapons: Using satellite imagery analysis, Human Rights Watch identified at least 340 distinct sites in Aleppo city’s opposition-held neighborhoods that were damaged between early November and February 20, the date of the most recent image reviewed. The majority of these identified sites have damage signatures that are […]
During George Zimmerman's trial for the alleged murder of Trayvon Martin, the media relied mostly on one man for pro-Zimmerman commentary: his friend and fellow neighborhood watch volunteer, Frank Taaffe. It has since come to light that...Show More Summary
Joe Jordan| Nebraska Watchdog Public policy has turned personal on the floor of the state legislature. An ongoing debate over amber lights on neighborhood watch cars escalated this week when Sen. Ernie Chambers accused fellow lawmaker Scott Lautenbaugh of….. Show More Summary
According to the New York Times, the parents of Trayvon Martin are shopping a book to publishers about their son who was killed in an altercation with neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman in 2012. Tracy Martin and Sabrina Fulton,...Show More Summary
Today's source material: George Zimmerman is drowning in $2.5 million in debt and is said to be showing signs of a severe psychological condition following the beleaguered Neighborhood Watch volunteer’s acquittal for the murder of Trayvon...Show More Summary
Click here to view this media At a bond hearing on Tuesday, prosecutors in Seminole County alleged that former neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman had choked his girlfriend just days before she called 911 to say he was threatening...Show More Summary
When it comes to the matter of George Zimmerman, the “neighborhood watch” volunteer who shot and killed Trayvon Martin who finds himself behind bars this morning charged with felony assault and battery of his girlfriend, the NY Daily News isn’t shy about putting an editorial point of view on the front page:
On Friday, a couple from Sanford, Florida renewed their lawsuit against director Spike Lee over the fact that Lee mistakenly tweeted their home address as the home address of George Zimmerman, the neighborhood watch volunteer who shot and killed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin. Show More Summary
On November 5, Sanford, Florida Police Chief Cecil Smith told a crowd gathered at City Hall that the police department recommends that no neighborhood watch volunteers be armed from this point forward. The change is in response to the February 2012 incident in which neighborhood watch coordinator George Zimmerman fatally shot Trayvon Martin. Show More Summary
Although it had been widely reported (including right here at Legal Insurrection) that the Sanford, FL police department had banned Neighborhood Watch volunteers from being lawfully armed, Police Chief Cecil Smith now says that this policy was miscommunicated to the
Sanford, Florida -- the city where Trayvon Martin was shot and killed by George Zimmerman -- has changed its Neighborhood Watch rules, and will now perform background checks and all volunteers will have to undergo a six-week training program. Show More Summary
Today's comic by Ruben Bolling is Who did they get to fix the Obamacare website?: George Zimmerman's hometown bans guns for Neighborhood Watch. The main manuals for Neighborhood Watch make it clear that members should not carry weapons or pursue suspects. Show More Summary
The new neighborhood watch rules will be rolled out on November 5th. The post George Zimmerman’s Hometown Bans Guns For Neighborhood Watches appeared first on ThinkProgress.
The city where the Trayvon Martin killing took place plans to ban guns used by neighborhood watches. The ban on guns in Sanford, Fla. comes amid other changes, including formal training and volunteer registration, which will be announced in full at a meeting Nov. 5 at City Hall. Residents acting in a neighborhood watch role […]
Reuters reports that Sanford, Florida — the town where George Zimmerman successfully and lawfully defended his life by shooting and killing a vicious attacker, Trayvon Martin — has passed new rules for how neighborhood watch volunteers may conduct themselves. In
Neighborhood watches -- but not the George Zimmerman kind -- might be a step in the right direction.
Another excuse to watch sports at the bar, if you needed one. The post To Help The Environment, Watch Sports At Your Neighborhood Bar appeared first on ThinkProgress.
With friends like these… In April 2012, two days before George Zimmerman was arrested for the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, he huddled with a fellow neighborhood watch volunteer, Frank Taaffe. According to Taaffe, who disclosed the meeting on Fox News, Zimmerman asked him to share “several talking points” with the media. Taaffe obliged. […]
Tonight is the 30th National Night Out, an evening where neighborhood watch groups celebrate crime prevention throughout the country. Some volunteers in such groups are concerned that George Zimmerman shooting Trayvon Martin has cast their efforts in a bad light. Show More Summary