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    The lawyer of the 19-year-old woman who was punched by an NYPD officer in a viral video has shot down police claims that she was trying to interfere with her boyfriend's arrest and said the cop was the true aggressor.  Attorney Jaime Santana said police had already placed 22-year-old suspect Elvin James in handcuffs when the cop hit his client Tamani Crum in Harlem on Tuesday afternoon.  Footage shows NYPD Detective Kendo Kinsey manhandling the teenager and smacking her to the ground in a jaw-dropping exchange after Crum approached James as he was being arrested.  'Police appeared to already have placed the individual (James) in cuffs,' Santana told DailyMail.com. 'You see my client appear on video. What you do not see is her doing anything to prevent an arrest from occurring. It appeared the gentleman was already in cuffs.' New bodycam footage shows the moment NYPD Detective Kendo Kinsey tried to push 19-year-old Tamani Crum out of the crowd by shoving at her head with his arm during an arrest in Harlem on Wednesday  Kinsey could be see grabbing the teen after...
    THE former lead detective in charge of the search warrant for Breonna Taylor's home that led to the deadly raid has been arrested. The FBI arrested ex-Louisville police detective Joshua Jaynes on Thursday and slapped him with conspiracy charges. 1Former Louisville Metro Police Detective Joshua Jaynes has been arrested by the FBICredit: LMPD More to follow...For the latest news on this story, keep checking back at Sun Online. The-sun.com is your go-to destination for the best celebrity news, sports news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheSunUS and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheUSSun.
    If anyone can save Season 4 of True Detective from being yet another sleepy, neo-noir bro-fest, it’s Jodie Foster. Last month, it was reported that the Academy-Award-winning actor and director would be starring in the newest installment of HBO’s anthology crime series. Now, the upcoming season has officially been greenlit with Foster in the leading role and actor-slash-boxer Kali Reis starring opposite her. Created and written by Nic Pizzolatto, each season of True Detective is a self-contained mystery. The first season premiered on HBO in 2014, receiving critical acclaim for its moody southern Gothic vibe and the performances of stars Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson. It was a serial killer drama before serial killer dramas became romanticized and overdone. As fun as it is to watch Matthew McCounaughey chain smoke and spout nonsensical stoner philosophy, however, the second season starring Colin Farrell and Rachel McAdams was met with lukewarm reviews. Season 3 was anchored by a strong performance from Mahershala Ali, but by 2019, True Detective’s convoluted plots and characters with fake-sounding men’s deodorant ad names like “Rust Cohle” were...
    Starting his acting career in the late 1980’s, Vince Vaughn has made quite a name for himself in the Hollywood sphere. He is widely known for his comedic roles since his career got boosted due to the comedy-drama Swingers. Other than a few dramatic roles here and there he has primarily acted in comedies for most of his career. Vince Vaughn Birthday: Hacksaw Ridge to Fighting With My Family – Here’s a Look At the Best Roles Of the American Actor. While he is mainly known for his comedic roles like his most popular role in Wedding Crashers and Old School, its drama where he truly shines, his recent career is filled with great dramatic roles. It allows him to flex his acting chops and showcase his potential. On the occasion of Vaughn’s birthday, we list five underrated performances by Vince Vaughn: Trent Walker (Swingers) Vince Vaughn in Swingers The film is about the lives of single, unemployed actors living on the east side of Hollywood during the 1990’s swing revival. Vaughn plays the character of Trent Walker,...
    A Massachusetts police detective who posted on social media a picture of her niece at a Black Lives Matter event holding a sign that suggested shooting police officers in the back has been fired. Rookie Springfield Detective Florissa Fuentes, 30, explained that the post was made on a personal account while she was off duty. She said she was showing pride in her niece's activism at a late May protest in Atlanta and does not advocate violence against police. One of the signs being held at the protest read, 'Who do we call when the murderer wear the badge?'  Florissa Fuentes, 30, a Massachusetts police detective has been fired after she shared an Instagram photo of her niece taking part in a Black Lives Matter protest 'After I posted it, I started getting calls and texts from coworkers,' Fuentes said to The Republican. 'I was initially confused, but then I realized they thought I was being anti-cop. I wasn't. I was just supporting my niece's activism. I had no malicious intent, and I wouldn't put a target on my...
    A Florida man has been accused of killing a convenience store owner 21 years ago in a home invasion robbery when he was working as a detective for the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office and knew the victim from surveilling him for a drug investigation. William Robert Baer Jr., 64, and his ex-wife Melissa Schafer, 50, were arrested after the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office said DNA and genetic genealogy linked them to the cold case murder and home invasion robbery of Saad Kawaf in the victim’s Deerwood home in May, 1999. Undersheriff Pat Ivey said Friday that Kawaf was beaten and fatally stabbed by two suspects, a man and a woman who were white. Mugshot for William Robert Baer Jr., 64. (Jacksonville Sheriff's Office ) GOLDEN STATE KILLER CASE: JOSEPH JAMES DEANGELO JR. PLEADS GUILTY TO MURDER FOR FIRST TIME The suspects also tied up Kawaf’s wife and made off with $30,000 in cash. He said for years the vague description of the suspects was all investigators had to go on until recently, when DNA evidence was submitted to the Florida state crime lab for...
    Matthew Rhys HBO Perry Mason Season 1 - Episode 2. These characters deserve the dark, gritty adaptation treatment similar to HBO’s Perry Mason. The premium cable powerhouse that is HBO had decided to bring Perry Mason back into the spotlight with a brand new miniseries chronicling the events of the infamous fictional criminal defense attorney before he became the legend. But this isn’t your grandfather’s Perry Mason as HBO has seen fit to give it a dark and gritty makeover similar to that of Sharp Objects or True Detective. The end result is an immediately engrossing experience that will have viewers hooked in seconds, leaving them desperate for the next installment as soon as the credits roll. So its only natural to wonder what other detectives of literature would benefit from this highly effective endeavor. Out of all the superb sleuths to grace the pages of some of the greatest mysteries ever written, here are the ones that should get the HBO Perry Mason treatment.Hercule PoirotAgatha Christie fans know Hercule Poirot all too well as the dashing character that has...
    A Louisville police detective will be fired over the death of Breonna Taylor, who was fatally shot by officers in her home March 13, the city's police chief said Friday. Taylor, who was studying to become a nurse, was shot eight times by officers conducting a narcotics investigation. No drugs were found at her home. Louisville passes ban on no-knock warrants called "Breonna's Law" In a scathing letter to Detective Brett Hankison, Louisville Police Chief Robert Schroeder said he plans to begin termination proceedings against the officer.  The chief said he made the decision after reviewing the results of the department's internal investigation. "I find your conduct a shock to the conscience," Schroeder wrote. "I am alarmed and stunned you used deadly force in this fashion." The letter said Hankison "wantonly and blindly fired 10 shots into the apartment of Breonna Taylor." Get Breaking News Delivered to Your Inbox Hankison also violated the department's use of force policy by firing the rounds "without supporting facts that your deadly force was directed at a person against whom posed an immediate threat...
    NEW YORK — Gary Phillips, a prize-winning crime novelist from Los Angeles, grew up on TV shows that showed a world nothing like the one he lived in. “I watched them all, ‘Dragnet,’ ‘Adam 12,’ ‘The Wild, Wild West,’ ‘Mannix,’ ‘Cannon,’ ‘Peter Gunn’ reruns and on and on. Now these were white guys and they were tough but fair and even-handed,” he told The Associated Press in a recent email, referring to popular programs mostly from the 1960s and 1970s. “I remember a ‘Dragnet’ episode where tight-ass Joe Friday solved racism among black and white officers in a weekend retreat. But I was a kid growing up in South Central and even then some part of me knew a lot of this was jive. We knew the cops out of Newton and 77th Division policed the ’hood a lot different than shown on TV.” The May 25 killing of George Floyd, a black man who died after a white Minneapolis police officer pressed a knee to his neck, has set off protests worldwide and transmitted images of law enforcement that...
    (CNN)The detective who applied for the warrant that ended in the March shooting death of Breonna Taylor has been placed on administrative reassignment, the Louisville, Kentucky, interim police chief said.Police shot the 26-year-old EMT at least eight times after breaking down the door of her apartment in an attempted drug raid. Recent protests in the city have called for justice in her death.The Taylor family, their attorney, the US postal inspector and others have raised questions about how and why the warrant was approved, Louisville Metro Police Interim Chief Robert Schroeder said Wednesday.Schroeder added that the detective who applied for the warrant has been put on administrative reassignment until those questions can be answered."This is all part of the process of getting to the truth of what happened that night and leading up to that night," Schroeder said.Read MoreThe matter has also been referred to the FBI, he said.Breonna Taylor would have been 27 today. Heres where her case stands. The action "further" proves "our position that everything about the search warrant needs to be scrutinized," said Lonita Baker, an...
    Authorities are seeking a dark-colored SUV that may have been involved in a fatal hit-run crash that killed a 22-year-old Princeton woman early Thursday morning. The body of Alysa Kristjanson  was found along Route 130 in North Brunswick about 8 a.m. on Thursday, said Middlesex County Acting Prosecutor Christopher L.C. Kuberiet and Director Kenneth P. McCormick of the North Brunswick Police Department. Police are actively looking for the driver in the fatal hit and run which occurred at 12:58 am on Route 130 in the area of Dunkin Donuts, they said. The dark SUV may have damage to the passenger side front light and mirror, the officials said. The driver fled the scene after striking the woman, they said. ALSO SEE: Earlier Coverage Of Fatal Hit-Run Death The investigation is active and is continuing. Anyone with information is urged to call Detective Paul Pappas Jr. of the North Brunswick Police Department at 732-247-0922 , or Detective David Abromaitis of the county prosecutor's office at 732-745-4436 .
    As rioters and looters raid the streets of New York City, now is the time for "handcuffs" and not empty rhetoric, retired New York Police Department (NYPD) Detective Pat Brosnan asserted Tuesday. In an interview on "America's Newsroom" with host Ed Henry, Brosnan -- the founder of Brosnan Risk Consultants, an NYPD supplier -- said he almost wanted to "throw up" watching New York City stores broken into and fires being lit. "I’ve got to be honest. I can't take it. It’s so, so bad," he remarked. CUOMO SLAMS DE BLASIO HANDLING OF RIOTS, CLAIMS HE HAS POWER TO 'DISPLACE' MAYOR BUT NOT 'AT THAT POINT' "But, listen," urged Brosnan "America [is] burning. The time now is for handcuffs, not rhetoric." According to Brosnan, empty rhetoric is absolutely useless in a time when curfews are ignored. "Let's talk about the power of words. We are talking about community discussions with the mayor and discussions that somehow or other will sway the wilding criminal mobs that are lighting America on fire. The reality is, it’s past that. That is behind us now," he told Henry. Protesters start...
    Former D.C. police detective and defense attorney Ted Williams told "Bill Hemmer Reports" Thursday that a Minneapolis police officer filmed with his knee on the neck of George Floyd earlier this week should been arrested and charged "right there on the scene." I've represented police officers that are charged with excessive force," Williams told host Bill Hemmer. "But when I look at this situation here, the big question is, should this officer, Derek Chauvin, have been charged right there on the scene, once they looked at the video? "And my answer is a resounding yes, he should have been charged." GEORGE FLOYD CASE: MINNEAPOLIS POLICE CHIEF SAYS CITY'S 'DEFICIT OF HOPE' CANNOT BE COMPOUNDED WITH MORE TRAUMA, VIOLENCE The death of Floyd shortly after his arrest has led to widespread protests and rioting, as well as calls for the four officers involved in the arrest to face criminal charges. "I want you to just think about it in reverse, Bill," Williams said. "Suppose it was a citizen that had his knee on the neck of a police officer and that police officer died. That citizen would be...
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