One month after taking office as President of the United States, George W. Bush declared to a joint session of Congress that racial profiling “is wrong and we will end it in America.” To that end, his Department of Justice issued a RELATED ►POST PROFILESHARE ►
While the Department of Justice's investigation into the Ferguson Police Department ended up clearing Officer Darren Wilson for the death of 18-year-old Michael Brown, it did find evidence of the department's discriminatory practices against black residents.
The Department of Justice released a full report of their investigation into the Ferguson Missouri Police Department today, and it was revealed that department employees routinely sent each other emails with crude and racist jokes about Obama, abortion, and welfare. The evidence showed Ferguson PD’s “intentional discrimination on the basis of race.” According to Mediaite, [...]
Officials from the city of Ferguson, Mo., hold a news conference to talk about the Department of Justice report.
On one field of battle between the U.S. Justice Department and Swiss private banks, the banks have just gained some ground, winning a concession that indicates the process is moving forward after an earlier impasse.
After months of investigation, the Justice Department report on the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., last year largely sides with the much-maligned St. Louis County grand jury that declined to charge police Officer Darren Wilson.
A new Justice Department report finds that Michael Brown's death was part of a pattern of racial discrimination and harassment of African Americans.
The Department of Justice’s (DOJ) highly anticipated report on police practices in Ferguson, Missouri, was leaked yesterday and released oday. At the same time, the DOJ said it did not find enough evidence to charge Officer Darren Wilson,...Show More Summary
Calling the new Department of Justice investigation on widespread discrimination in the Ferguson, Mo., justice system a “witch hunt,” Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke said he was “not buying one word” of the report. Released onShow More Summary
The Justice Department’s conclusion in a report released Wednesday that the Ferguson Police Department routinely violated the constitutional rights of the city’s black residents is bolstered by a series of racist emails and other evidence of racial stereotyping by city officials uncovered by investigators.
The feds found systemic racism throughout the Ferguson police department. The post 9 Egregious Examples Of Racism In Ferguson Uncovered By The Department Of Justice appeared first on ThinkProgress.
It's difficult to reconcile the Department of Justice's scathing report on Ferguson police and courts with their determination that no evidence exists to charge Darren Wilson with civil rights violations. The report is so breathtaking...Show More Summary
The Ferguson Police Department used traffic enforcement as a means to systemically discriminate against minorities, a new report from the Department of Justice found. Continue reading Traffic stops at heart of Ferguson Police Department's...Show More Summary
Dept. Of Justice Report Reveals Racist Policing Practices In Fergson, Missouri It’s no shock the the Ferguson police department Via USAToday A Justice Department review has found that Missouri’s troubled Ferguson Police Department engaged in a broad pattern of racially
As is the case regarding George Zimmerman, the Justice Department announced Wednesday that it will not bring federal charges against now-former Police Officer Darren Wilson for fatally shooting Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., the New York Times reports.
The Department of Justice announced Wednesday the findings of its two civil rights investigations related to the shooting death of unarmed teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri last August. Image: KTVU.com The post Justice Department Finds Widespread Discrimination in Ferguson, But Will Not Bring Charges Against Michael Brown’s Killer appeared first on RH Reality Check.
A new Department of Justice report on the shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo. last year confirms that Brown did not surrender with his hands up as he approached police officer Darren Wilson. In the aftermath of Brown’s death...Show More Summary
Despite a Department of Justice report clearing Ferguson, Missouri police officer Darren Wilson of any wrongdoing in the death of Michael Brown, on Tuesday lawmakers from the Congressional Black Caucus continued to call the failure to...Show More Summary
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Initial reports hinted that "upsetting" details were going to be revealed in the Justice Department's investigation of the Ferguson Police Department. On Wednesday, the whole report was released to the public; headlines of stories reporting the contents described it as “damning” and “shocking.” The DOJ concluded that its investigators “uncovered... More »