More revelations in the Laquan McDonald police shooting case continue to come to light, alluding to a cover-up orchestrated by city officials in Chicago.
When asked what she thought about the recent developments involving Encinia, Geneva Reed-Veal said, "Where are the real charges?"
On the same day that Rahm Emanuel apologized for the police shooting of Laquan McDonald, a state lawmaker introduced a measure in Springfield, Illinois to recall the beleaguered Chicago mayor.
William G. Porter, 26, is charged with manslaughter, second-degree assault, misconduct in office and reckless endangerment. Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby and Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake repeatedly stated the officers will get a fair trial in the city.
On Friday, the Minneapolis chapter of Black Lives Matter shared a video of two masked men spewing racial slurs, with many believing the men are the same suspects who turned themselves in after the shooting on five BLM affiliates Monday evening.
"A group of White supremacists showed up at the protest, as they have done most nights," Miski Noor, a media contact for Black Lives Matter told the Star Tribune.
The chancellor at the University of Missouri announced his departure Monday, just hours after the embattled president stepped down under pressure over unchecked racism and harassment of Black students on campus.
Since the beginning of the year, riots, vandalism, and even deaths have been placed on the movement's back. But, ironically, victims of reported vandalisms have been revealed to be the actual culprits.
The Democratic presidential front-runner on Monday went to Chicago to meet with the families of victims of gun violence.