"It was just crazy. I've never experienced anything like that in my life," Lora King told Newsweek of the riots that rocked Los Angeles in 1992.
"Patrick's father asked me to convey his hope that any demonstrations in his son's honor remain peaceful," Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer said.
An internal report suggests that the department kept the incident quiet in part due to "its similarities to widely publicized George Floyd use of force."
"We were obviously very surprised, stunned, shocked even disgusted to witness what we saw in that body-worn footage," a member of the Civilian Investigative Panel said.
Thomas Lane, Tou Thao and J. Alexander Kueng are all charged with willfully depriving Floyd of his constitutional rights.
This could wind up as the highest number of officers indicted in connection with the protests sparked by George Floyd's 2020 murder.
The student and his girlfriend can be heard in the footage repeatedly asking the officer to remove a forearm from his neck and face.
Governor John Bel Edwards met with the state's Legislative Black Caucus to address a report saying he knew the true circumstances behind Ronald Greene's death.
The governor received a text calling the incident with Greene a "violent, lengthy struggle", but the police later told the family he died in a crash.
Edwards was reportedly informed of a "violent, lengthy struggle" between officers and Ronald Greene, contradicting the story of Greene's death in a car crash.
The judge said that a reasonable jury "could reach more than one conclusion" regarding if officers used a reasonable degree of force when dealing with Black.
Charges were dropped this week against Sergio Lugo, who was stopped and beaten by three San Francisco police officers in February 2021.
The footage recalls what James Williams' wife, Marquetta Williams, told a local newspaper about the shooting.
Gregor Gross claims officers broke his neck leaving him paralyzed. "I just pretty much lay in bed all day," he said. "I'm just existing right now, basically."
Ali Badr is suing the city of San Ramon, California, and other entities as a result of an encounter with police in December of 2020.
The bills would use $25 million in federal pandemic aid to fund $5,000 bonuses for new police recruits and retention bonuses for officers after one year.
Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring filed a lawsuit against the town of Windsor after accusations of its police department racially discriminating.
"This was strictly about Daunte Wright, Kim Potter and the law... I really think we made the right decision," the juror said.
"The behavior of the officer was indefensible, in my opinion, but it did not rise to a level of termination," Vicksburg Mayor George Flaggs Jr. said.
The Vicksburg Police Mayor called the conduct of officer Eddie Colbert, which was caught on video and shared on Facebook, "embarrassing."
The officer was recorded restraining the student last month, after the student had allegedly physically attacked another student.
A new website from the Kenosha Police with photographs of unidentified suspects will go online in 2022.
Daunte Wright family attorney Ben Crump said that the Potter case was "eerily similar to the case of Officer Mohamed Noor, a Black police officer who shot an unarmed white woman."
AP photographer Mahmoud Illean had to go to the hospital Friday after Israeli police attacked him unprovoked while he was covering a Palestinian protest.
Floyd's family members were in attendance as Chauvin changed his federal plea from not guilty to guilty.
"She's a good cop," said Brooklyn Center Police Commander Garett Flesland while on the stand Tuesday,
"Police acted with disproportionate use of force and went after the poorest people in the city," said attorney and human rights expert Carlos Negret.
A former Colorado police officer pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor assault charge and will never be allowed to work in state law enforcement again.
"Officers feel empowered to enact whatever form of violence they want, knowing that they will get away with it," said Rasha Younes of Human Rights Watch.
Hundreds of criminal cases could be in jeopardy after a Los Angeles Times investigation revealed offensive texts sent by several Torrance police officers.