The recount in Michigan may be dead.
Just a month before the election, judge candidate Gene Hunt’s law license may be on the line.
It’s a remarkable step for a police department that was under fire after cops killed nearly 50 people between 1995 and 2000. At least six were unarmed and shot in the back.
Evan Reed walked out of court wondering how he ever got charged.
The unit is accused of improperly gaining search warrants for an untold number of houses and marijuana dispensaries, where money and drugs were seized and never logged.
State authorities plan to urge a judge today to terminate the parental rights of the father of a 12-year-old boy who was found barricaded in the basement of his Detroit home days after disappearing last month.
Leo Sharp was hoping his age and dementia would keep him out of prison.
Maria Green has been barred from seeing her son because her ex-husband claims she belongs to a separatist group – that is, a legal pot advocacy group.
Wahls also was a musician, wrote for the Michigan Chronicle and helped blacks vote in the South.
This isn’t the 1967 riots. There’s no smoke or soot billowing into the air, but Detroit is still being looted by desperate people.