Korryn Gaines

Korryn Gaines, the Baltimore woman who was killed following an hours-long standoff with police, was involved in another altercation with cops in March.

Gaines, 23, was killed on Monday after she pointed a loaded shotgun at police and threatened to kill them.

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Korryn Gaines

A Maryland woman was killed by police after an hours-long standoff on Monday afternoon.

Korryn Gaines, a 23-year-old mother-of-two, reportedly pointed a loaded shotgun at a police officer who was attempting to serve a warrant on her and her boyfriend at her home.

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Breaion King

The violent arrest of a black female school teacher in Texas last year is under investigation by the Austin Police Department.

Breaion King, 26, was pulled over for speeding in June 2015. Dashcam video captured Officer Bryan Richter body slam King to the ground and aggressively handcuffing her.

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Gavin Long

Baton Rouge shooter Gavin Eugene Long, 29, was a unrepentant racist who left behind a series of YouTube videos ranting about Independence Day, starting a revolution, and fighting back against oppressors.

Long ambushed and shot six Baton Rouge police officers, killing 3, on Sunday. He was shot and killed during a shootout with police.

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Baton Rouge police

Multiple Baton Rouge police officers were shot and at least 3 have died during an ambush at a shopping center less than a mile from police headquarters at 9 a.m. Sunday.

CNN reports 7 officers were shot, and 3 are confirmed dead.

There are conflicting reports from multiple news outlets on the number of officers who were shot and killed.

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Minnesota Lynx

Off-duty Minneapolis cops walked off the job at a Minnesota Lynx WNBA game after four players wore Black Lives Matter warmup t-shirts on Saturday.

The Lynx players, Lindsay Whalen, Maya Moore, Rebekkah Brunson, and Seimone Augustus, held a press conference prior to the game to lend their support to the pro black activist movement.

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Kasim Reed Black Lives Matter

Black Lives Matter occupied the street in front of the governor's mansion for hours in Atlanta's wealthiest neighborhood on Monday night.

The crowd of mostly Caucasian suburbanites and black college students yelled and called for Governor Nathan Deal to meet with them outside the mansion's gates. But according to reports, Deal was out of the country.

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Delrawn Small

A Brooklyn NYPD officer was stripped of his gun and badge and placed on modified duty after new video evidence shows he lied about a fatal road rage incident.

Delrawn Small, 37, was killed after he got out of his car and confronted Officer Wayne Isaacs during a road rage incident on July 4.

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Bahamas travel advisory

The Bahamian government issued a rare travel advisory warning young males to be careful when traveling to the U.S.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued the advisory on Friday, urging men to "exercise extreme caution" in their interactions with police officers in America.

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Micah Johnson

Dallas authorities released the name of one of the suspects in the mass shooting in Dallas that left 5 police officers dead on Thursday.

Micah Xavier Johnson, 25, died when a police used a robot to detonate an explosive device near the suspect on the 2nd floor of a parking garage.

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Mark Hughes

Mark Hughes of Dallas was misidentified as a suspect after terrorists killed 5 Dallas police officers and wounded 6 more at a peaceful protest on Thursday.

A social media photo shows Hughes wearing a camouflage shirt and carrying a long rifle at the protest march in downtown Dallas.

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Dallas police shooting

At least 2 heavily armed snipers shot and killed 5 Dallas police officers and wounded 6 more at a peaceful rally in downtown Dallas, TX on Thursday.

4 Dallas police officers and 1 DART officer were killed in another terrorist attack that shocked the nation.

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TEXT

New video has emerged of the deadly confrontation outside a Baton Rouge convenience store that left a father-of-5 dead.

Alton Sterling, 37, was selling music CDs outside the Triple S Food Mart when he was approached by 2 Louisiana police officers early Tuesday morning.

The new video, provided to the Daily Beast by the store owner, Abdul Muflahi, shows officers Blaine Salamoni and Howie Lake II struggling with Sterling who is pinned on the ground.

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Gladys Knight

State and city authorities raided all 3 locations of Gladys Knight’s popular Chicken and Waffles restaurants in Atlanta on Tuesday.

The AJC.com reports that agents from the Georgia Department of Revenue raided the locations in connection with an investigation by the GDR.

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card readers

By now you've heard the horror stories about police departments abusing the civil asset forfeiture law to seize cash from hard working citizens.

Even if drivers aren't carrying cash on them, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol can still seize their money by using a card reader that drains money from their bank accounts!

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edward nero

A Baltimore judge acquitted former Baltimore cop Edward Nero on all charges in the April 19, 2015 death of Freddie Gray.

The judge ruled that there were no "credible facts" to support Nero's involvement in Gray's death. The judge's decision came as a relief to Nero's supporters who believe he was a political pawn in the racially charged case.

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vancito gumbs

A former DeKalb County police officer is among 32 gang members named in a federal indictment, according to published reports.

U.S. Army veteran Vancito Gumbs, 23, was an active Dekalb County police officer when he took a better paying side gig as a hitman for the notorious street gang Gangster Disciples.

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missy bevers

Police are hunting a police impersonator who killed a mother-of-three inside a Texas church.

Fitness instructor Missy Bevers was found murdered inside the Creekside Church of Christ where she was scheduled to teach a fitness class on Monday. The church is located in Midlothian, about 25 miles southwest of Dallas.

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