Study: Black People More Likely To Be Wrongfully Convicted
by Clutch 4 months ago
According to a study reported by CNN, black people are more likely to be wrongfully convicted. And us black people are like, “We already knew this.” The study involved a project from the National Registry of Exonerations, a joint project between the University of California, Irvine;...
After Watching Her Fiancé Get Murdered, Woman Charged For Firing Warning Shots At Attacker
by Clutch 1 year ago
This makes no sense.
Heartbreaking! Pregnant Woman & Boyfriend Killed A Week Before She Was to Give Birth
by Clutch 2 years ago
New Orleans police are asking for the public’s help in locating the killer of a couple just a week before their child was supposed to be born. Breon Stewart and her boyfriend Lionel Delpit III were shot multiple times while they sat in a car outside of their...
Report: New York City Television Stations Give Lopsided Coverage To Black Crime
by Clutch 3 years ago
According to a new study released by Media Matters, New York City television stations disproportionately cover crimes committed by black people. Media Matters used data from the NYPD and found that while black suspects had been arrested in 54 percent of murders, 55 percent of thefts and...
Study: White People Will Support Harsher Criminal Laws If They Think More Black People Are Arrested
by Clutch 3 years ago
According to a study done by Stanford University published in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science, concluded that if white people are presented with evidence of crime rate statistics that show African-Americans represent 40 percent of the prison population, then they are more likely to...
4-Year-Old Busts Babysitter Who Claimed Black Robbers Broke Into House Burglarized By Her Boyfriend
by Britni Danielle 3 years ago
A four-year-old Milwaukee girl is being called a hero after her honesty foiled a home invasion robbery plot by her 17-year-old babysitter and her 16-year-old boyfriend. After her babysitter told police her employer’s home had been burglarized by two Black men, four-year-old Abby Dean chimed in...