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Feds Need Look No Further Than Rodney King for the Case against Wilson

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Posted by Earl Ofari Hutchinson on November 28, 2014 at 8:52am

Cosby is Not Out of the Woods on Rape Prosecution



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Posted by Earl Ofari Hutchinson on November 27, 2014 at 12:14pm

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"We love you Bill Cosby!"

Earl Ofari Hutchinson The scorecard on Bill Cosby reads like this. A dozen or more women…See More
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Ferguson Grand Jury Decision Hotline Announced

  Los Angeles Urban Policy Roundtable President Earl Ofari Hutchinson on Thursday, November 20 talked to St. Louis County prosecutor Robert McCullough's office to get a firm day and time for the announcement of  the Ferguson Grand Jury decision in the Michael Brown killing. The Los Angeles Urban Policy Roundtable will maintain direct…See More
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The Grio

Dornnella Conners loses eye after officer fires at her vehicle

theGRIO REPORT - Earlier this week, Dornnella Connors drove into Ferguson to join protesters supporting Michael Brown. Now, she's blind in her left eye and can barely see out of her right one, according to St. Louis' KMOV...

Quintavious Johnson, 12, slays National Anthem on Thanksgiving

theGRIO REPORT - Ladies and Gentlemen, Quintavious Johnson. The 12-year-old former contestant on America's Got Talent slayed the National Anthem before Thursday's Lions Bears game...

12-year-old girl saves younger sister, 4, from house fire

theGRIO REPORT - When Angel Lynn Coller woke up, she was in the arms of her older sister Laniyah. Their home was on fire. Everyone inside in the West Homestead, Pennsylvania, home at the time of the fire made it out safely...

The Center for Public Integrity

Election ads were about issues, says 'Carolina Rising' chief

'Dark money' nonprofit spends millions backing candidate but says ads are about issues.

Pro-McConnell nonprofit hit with IRS complaint

A watchdog organization wants the IRS to investigate a nonprofit that spent millions backing Republican Sen. Mitch McConnell.

Governors and oil industry work hand in hand in offshore drilling group

Lobbying firm, advocacy organization did much of the work.


Black Friday demonstrations hit Walmart

Hundreds protest before US outlets of retail giant on day Americans start their holiday shopping.

Pope Francis begins Turkey visit

Plight of Christian communities throughout Middle East expected to figure prominently in talks in Ankara and Istanbul.

Dozens killed in Nigeria mosque blasts

At least 36 people dead and many injured after two bombs exploded outside central mosque in city of Kano.

Hutchinson on Huffington

President Obama Should Follow Bush Sr.'s Example and Green Light a Wilson Prosecution

On March 22, 1991, a visibly shaken and angered President George H.W. Bush said he was "sickened and outraged" by what he saw on television. That was the beating of black motorist Rodney King by a swarm of LAPD cops.

'We Love You, Bill Cosby!'

A recent Cosby audience love fest was not simply an aberration of groupie fan mania. Legions passionately believe Cosby is being wrongly crucified on the cross of raw public opinion by a pack of greedy, publicity-seeking, career-wrecking liars and schemers.

Juror Bias the Biggest Barrier to Indicting Wilson and Cops That Kill

Wilson will likely skip away scot-free and if he does it won't be because of police clamor for him or a biased prosecutor. It will be because of the bias of the jurors that make up a deeply flawed grand jury system.

Is Cosby Still the Darling of the Right?

In May 2004, comedian, social critic and philanthropist Bill Cosby took the stage at Constitution Hall in his hometown of Philadelphia. It was a gala commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court's Brown decision on school segregation.

Jury Way Out on a Federal Prosecution of Darren Wilson

There are two ironclad requisites for a federal prosecution of a police officer for the criminal use of deadly force. One is that there has to be solid proof that the officer acted either with racial animus or with reckless intent to cause malice to an individual. The other requisite is there has to be a compelling interest.


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