CDC is committed to stopping violence before it begins.
Police have altered their account of what occurred the night Jordan Edwards was shot and killed, The New York Times reports.
The lone motive they had for the murder was that the vehicle was being used as a weapon, and now that is no longer there.
Jordan Edwards was shot and killed by police in the Dallas suburb of Balch Springs on Saturday night. While the Trump show has dominated headlines in recent months, this is a sad reminder the US has not escaped police violence in 2017. pic.twitter.com/q3Mkv8YLp T— Michael Skolnik (@Michael Skolnik) May 1, 2017Police claim they were responding to reports of intoxicated teenagers walking around the neighborhood.
Three massacres and many smaller fatal clashes, all in northern states, have followed a pattern that security forces have been unable to get ahead of.
It starts with an hours-long riot inside a penitentiary, then military police are sent in to assist severely outnumbered guards and distraught families wait outside while inmates post on social media photos they take of chopped up body parts.
National guard troops are being dispatched to hot spots, thousands of inmates are being shuffled among prisons and Temer has announced plans to build five new lockups.Brazilian authorities are scrambling to find ways to stop a wave of prison violence that has killed at least 125 inmates in two weeks, many decapitated and with their hearts and intestines ripped out.(Frankie Marcone/Futura Press via AP, File) NAO PUBLICAR NO BRASILRIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Brazilian authorities are scrambling to stop a wave of prison violence that has killed at least 125 inmates in two weeks, many with their heads cut off or their hearts and intestines ripped out.Balch Springs Police Chief Jonathan Haber originally stated the car was reversing in an “aggressive manner” toward the officers when one opened fire.Body camera footage, however, shows the complete opposite.