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Last night we discussed the video showing Arabs running a convenience store in North Charleston, SC assaulting an “ALLEGED” Shoplifter with guns and a swords.
Tonight we stay in South Carolina and will examine two police related shootings. The first one involves Mr. Waltki Williams whose is said in a lawsuit to have been shot 17 times in the back by Sumter Police. The shooting is very disturbing as described in the lawsuit. The case is still under investigation. Williams was killed in December of last year.
Mr. Waltki Williams’s criminal record has been used to justify the police apparently using him for target practice. South Carolina SLED has been investigating since December 2016. It is not known when and if video footage of the Sumter PD killing of Mr. Williams will be released.
Waltki Williams “did not have a weapon” and was struck in total by 19 of the two dozen shots fired at him during the deadly confrontation on Dec. 10, according to a lawsuit filed in Sumter County.
However, in our second story of police brutality, there is video of Nicolas Sanchez being killed by police in Roy, Utah.
The family of 38-year-old Nicolas Sanchez say he was ‘killed in cold blood’ after a brief altercation at a convenience store in Roy, Utah, led to his death.
We have an update on the story from last night about the assault of a black man by Arab store associates. A press conference was held by the sister of the victim along with other members of the community.
In The News of the Day segement….
Attorney General Jeff Sessions ordered Justice Department officials to review reform agreements with troubled police forces nationwide, saying it was necessary to ensure these pacts do not work against the Trump administration’s goals of promoting officer safety and morale while fighting violent crime.
WASHINGTON – Attorney General Jeff Sessions has ordered a sweeping review of federal agreements with thousands of law enforcement agencies, as lawyers for the Justice Department went to court on Monday to seek a 90-day delay in a consent decree to overhaul Baltimore’s troubled Police Department.
Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke called remarks Mayor Ras Baraka (D-Newark) made vowing to defy federal immigration law “the gold standard of stupidity.”
There was the freelance writer, slain at a carwash. Then, the columnist that was shot twice as he left a restaurant with his wife and son. And on March 23, a 54-year-old journalist and mother of three, Miroslava Breach, was fatally shot eight times outside her home while she was in her car with one of her children.
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