Tag: police brutality
Three Indiana police officers were recently indicted on 12 counts—one of the officers is the former police chief’s son.
“When an officer betrays that oath, and instead uses his or her position to violate a person's constitutional rights, that officer must be held accountable."
Per department policy, both officers have been taken off patrol duty and placed on paid administrative duties while an investigation into the shooting continues.
"Through the Kentucky Public Corruption Civil Rights Task Force, FBI Louisville will continue to aggressively investigate any public official that abuses those they have been sworn to protect."
We must put a stop to systemic police brutality and the needless killings of Black people. We cannot afford to fail in this goal because lives are at stake.”
“Officer Sikos has been relieved (with Pay) of his law enforcement authority and duties, including his credentials and firearm(s) pending the outcome of the internal affairs investigation.”
“The FBI New Orleans Field Office, in coordination with the Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division and U.S. Attorney’s Office, remain committed to protecting the rights of all Americans, to include those incarcerated.”
On Friday, a Tarrant County grand jury indicted Officer Aaron Dean for the murder of Atatiana Jefferson.
If convicted, Anthony Boen faces a maximum sentence of 30 years in federal prison, three years of supervised release, and a fine of up to $250,000.
“It is disheartening any time an officer entrusted with enormous power over the public’s liberty and lives misuses that power.