Federal immigration officials knock on the door of a family of legal US residents, then shoot one of the unarmed homeowners.
Off-duty cop Kevin Ferguson harasses some kids, grabs a 13-year-old, ends up firing his gun at the group. It's all on video. And yet the middle-schooler gets charged with battery, while the grown adult member of law enforcement is allowed to keep walking around armed with no charges.
"The video shows Rosen stomping on the head of Demarco Anderson while Anderson is already handcuffed and under control. Anderson is visibly restrained and does not appear to be agitated or resisting when Rosen charges from the left side of the frame and pounds his foot into the back of the suspect’s head." Justice for Demarco Anderson.
"He was not trying to harm anybody. He was asking them for help and they shot him down." And the whole thing was streamed on Facebook Live. Justice for Rodney Hess.
"Soon after, Wade — fully restrained and surrounded by officers — would be writhing in pain and screaming “I can’t breathe” after enduring two blasts of pepper-spray at point-blank range." Justice for Charles Wade and Amber Swink.
"The mailman suffered injuries to his neck, face, back and arm and underwent two surgeries and physical therapy." And the cops who beat him up were completely acquitted. Justice for Karim Baker.
"Aware that the call was in response to a possible drug abuser, instead of proceeding calmly as to not alarm the person- when officer Stumler shouted: 'raise your hands' she automatically shot him in the stomach with no chance to respond." Justice for Bruce Warrick.