Rashida Tlaib calls out Dem leadership for ‘policing’ Ihan Omar and Muslim women

Rashida Tlaib calls out Dem leadership for 'policing' Ihan Omar and Muslim women

Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., issued a strong rebuke of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Democratic leadership for their statement calling out fellow Squad member Rep. Ilhan Omar for her comments involving Israel.  “Freedom of speech doesn’t exist for Muslim women in Congress,” Tlaib tweeted Thursday shortly after Pelosi and Democratic leaders issued a statement critical … Read more

George Floyd Death Was “Murder, Not Policing”: Prosecutor


“The defendant is guilty of all three counts. And there’s no excuse,” Minnesota prosecutor said Minneapolis: A prosecutor urged jurors on Monday to convict the white former Minneapolis police officer accused of killing George Floyd, saying the death of the 46-year-old Black man, which was captured on video seen by millions around the world, was … Read more

One Arrested for ‘Moral Policing’ Attack on School Student in Kerala

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The Kerala Child Rights Commission has registered a case on its own, pertaining to an alleged moral policing incident in which a 15-year-old student was beaten up in public for walking with his girl classmate. An autorickshaw driver has been arrested in this connection, police said. The CCTV footage of the shocking incident in Kannur … Read more

Pompeo says UN vote on race, policing in US is ‘hypocrisy’ – world news

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo speaks during a joint briefing about an executive order from US President Donald Trump on the International Criminal Court at the State Department in Washington.

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Saturday a UN Human Rights Council vote condemning racism amounted to hypocrisy. “The council’s decision to vote yesterday on a resolution focusing on policing and race in the US marks a new low,” Pompeo said in a statement. The council took the vote after a debate prompted by … Read more

Obama calls on all US mayors to pursue policing reforms in wake of protests – business news

In his first live remarks on the unrest gripping dozens of US cities, former President Barack Obama on Wednesday urged every American mayor to review their police department’s use-of-force policies in consultation with their communities. The country’s first black president also struck a note of optimism, even as he acknowledged the despair and anger powering … Read more

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