4 months ago, a drunk women passed out in the French Quarter and was raped in plain view. The woman that called 911 saw a cop standing on the next block and ran over to get help. The cop did absolutely nothing for the next 3 minutes while the woman was raped a block away and the rapist fled. It turns out the cop was working an off-duty security detail for a movie that was filming in the quarter. Cop retired with no consequences.
Everytime I see this thread title, I wish I could replace the question mark with an exclamation point
I literally just got off the phone with my friend in Minneapolis telling me about this incident. The longer interview was really nice. Thank you.
Mr. Alex is a hero in multiple ways. So brave.
nationwide, last year’s fatal shootings by police break records
The record-setting police violence matches a nationwide trend, according to data collected by the Washington Post. Last year, police killed 1,055 people, the highest since the Post started tracking fatal police shootings in 2015. As of Dec. 20, 2022, it estimates the nation’s law enforcement will set another record with 1,069 deadly police shootings.