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Who Is Benjamin Crump?

Here is Benjamin Crump talking about Marlon Brown on CNN in September:Benjamin Crump is an attorney from Florida who represents Trayvon Martin‘s family and is an advocate for civil rights. He is partner in his own law firm in Tallahassee, Florida, Parks & Crump, LLC, according to his official website.   Over the years, he has represented victims and their families in a number of other high-profile cases ...

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Man Accused Of Killing Adrian Peterson’s Son Has History Of Violence

 By NewsOne Staff        The 27-year-old man charged with assaulting the 2-year-old son of Adrian Peterson has a history of violence against women and children, according to numerous news reports. Joseph Patterson was charged with aggravated assault and aggravated battery of an infant Friday morning, just hours before the unnamed boy died at a hospital in Sioux Falls, N.D., according to the Augus Leader. Pr ...

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Lamar Odom’s Dad: My Son Does Not Have a Drug Problem

LOS ANGELES — Lamar Odom is breaking his silence with his first post on Twitter since the NBA star was arrested and charged with driving under the influence last month. Odom tweeted “Seeing the snakes” on Tuesday night in his first post since his Aug. 30 arrest. He followed with an extended tweet from his verified account that referenced his estranged father. “Won’t continue 2 speak on this but I have got 2 ...

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A Brown Out?: The Lack Of Black Emmy Winners By The Numbers

It’s a storyline we have down to a science.  We flock to the few scripted shows that star talented black actors and actresses. We nearly become die hards when we find out that the show is actually good. When awards season comes around, we cling to hope that our favorite actresses will defy the odds and take home an Emmy Award for a meaningful role for once, even though deep down it feels like they don’t hav ...

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U. Alabama Sorority issues statement on why they refused to accept Black student

        By Yolanda Spivey                       The Crimson White has released a disturbing report stating segregation still exists amongst fraternities and sororities at the University of Alabama. Allegedly, an African American candidate who graduated at the top of her high school class with a 4.3 GPA was rejected by the sorority Alpha Gamma Delta.  The young Black woman also “had an impressive record of p ...

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Barry Bonds conviction upheld: He is to begin serving his sentence immediately

 Former Major League Baseball slugger Barry Bonds was convicted a decade ago of obstruction-of-justice in an incident that related to the raid of the BALCO lab, which provided performance enhancing drugs to professional athletes. This week, the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the player’s conviction was going to be upheld.    The conviction came from Bonds’ appearance before a grand jury investig ...

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Court rules police were not allowed to enter suspect’s rectum to retrieve cocaine

By Your Black World A court ruled on Monday that when a doctor temporarily paralyzed a man to pull crack cocaine from his rectum, he also violated the suspect’s Fourth Amendment rights. Felix Booker of Tennessee was pulled over for driving with expired tags, but police used drug sniffing dogs to determine that he had drugs on his person. Also during the stop, police became suspicious after Booker continuall ...

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George Zimmerman’s Wife Pleads Guilty to Perjury

By Your Black World      The wife of George Zimmerman, the self appointed night watchman who fatally s**t unarmed teen Trayvon Martin, pleaded guilty  to a misdemeanor perjury charge on Wednesday. Charges were brought against Shellie Zimmerman after she lied to a Florida court about her family’s income during a bail hearing. As part of the plea deal, Shellie Zimmerman avoids a felony perjury charge and is s ...

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Min. Farrakhan to President Obama: “Your advisors don’t seem to be your friends

By Your Black World On Saturday evening, Min. Louis Farrakhan showcased the 34th video of his “The Time And What Must Be Done” weekly series. He deviated from his preplanned subject matter to discuss the danger of America’s brewing War On Syria. Questioning the nation’s interest in attacking the Middle Eastern country, Min. Farrakhan says: ”…  Given America’s false flag operations, great doubt exists as to ...

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Nelson Mandela sent home from the hospital, but is still struggling quite a bit

By Black Blue Dog There is news for those who support Nelson Mandela. The celebrated leader is reportedly on his way home after spending a substantial amount of time in the hospital.  His care is still intensive, but the 95-year old has been discharged, which is a miracle in itself. According to a statement released by the South African government, Mandela’s condition remains critical and unstable at times. ...

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