Fred Barbash, The Washington Post: The North Miami Beach police department was discovered last month to be using mug shots of African Americans for sniper practice at a firing range. NBC News Channel 6 in Miami broke the story afterShow More Summary
After the North Miami Beach police department was discovered to have been using mug shots of African Americans for practice at a firing range, several members of clergy from around the world decided to take action and started a movement with their images and the phrase #UseMeInstead.
Lutheran clergy in Florida have offered their photos as targets for North Miami Beach police officers after it was discovered that police snipers were practising their marksmanship with mug shots of young black men. In a Twitter campaign with the hashtag #UseMeInstead, the clergy have begun tweeting photos of themselves in clerical collars to substitute [...]
Rev. Joy M. Gonnerman's photo submission to the North Miami Beach Police Department, to be used for target practice. The North Miami Beach Police Department was forced to stop using the mugshots of black men for target practice after...Show More Summary
Members of the clergy have started a new hashtag, #UseMeInstead, imploring police to use their images for target practice after news broke that North Miami Beach’s Police Department was using mug shots of black men, the Washington Post reports.
Within days after it was revealed that North Miami Beach police officers were using mugshots of black suspects for target practice, a group of Lutheran pastors were discussing it on a private Facebook page before coming up with a unique plan. Offering photos of themselves for police to shoot at....
When Army Sargeant Valerie Deant showed up at North Miami Beach gun range for target practice, she couldn't believe her eyes. A Miami police department sniper team was using photos of her brother and other men as target practice. Her...Show More Summary
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Following uproar, North Miami Beach police will no longer use mug shots at the firing range
Jack Nicklaus in his North Palm Beach office in May 2013. JACK NICKLAUS WAS BORN ON THIS day in 1940 in Upper Arlington, Ohio, a suburb of Columbus. He took up golf in earnest at age 10, putting in long hours at Scioto Country Club, where Bobby Jones won the 1926 U.S. Show More Summary
Police in North Miami Beach suspend sniper training over images of black men used for target practice
North Miami Beach Police Department proves structural racism is most definitely a thing. The post Blasting Away Black Faces and Lives appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Damn, that water is cold! A 21-year veteran of the Chicago Police Department kept a 58-year-old man from becoming submerged in icy Lake Michigan waters off Oak Street Beach on Sunday afternoon, authorities said.Near North District Officer Wadell Hardy was among the first on the scene about 1 p.m. Show More Summary
Shutterstock You’ll never guess how the North Miami Beach Police got found out using mug shots of black suspects to practice their shooting. Sgt. Valerie Deant, a soldier who used the shooting range last month after the cops’ training...Show More Summary
A school of white sharks which have forced the closure of beaches north of Sydney for eight days launched a horrifying attack on dolphins.
The practice was discovered when a National Guard sergeant found that one of the mug shots was her brother's. The North Miami Beach police chief says pictures of whites and Hispanics are also used.
The North Miami Beach Police Department was caught using the mugshots of black people for target practice at a shooting range, but the North Miami Beach Police Department would like you to know that this has nothing to do with race.Show More Summary
Several large sharks, including the "biggest" ever spotted off the Australian coast have forced the closure of beaches north of Sydney.
In this week's episode of Florida Being Florida, North Miami Beach police were caught using mug shots of black men for sniper practice at a gun range in December. Read more...