“Don’t shoot me,” one of the weeping children begged, face down on a sidewalk.
More than 1,000 supporters of Planned Parenthood dwarfed a pro-life crowd outside one of the nonprofit’s clinics in Detroit on Saturday.
A few hundred protesters marched on the sidewalk and street at Wayne State University to rally against Trump’s extreme immigration restrictions.
This wasn’t your typical raid.
On March 7, 1965, protesters were brutally confronted with dogs, clubs, tear gas and gun shots on the Edmund Pettus Bridge, the historic site of “Bloody Sunday.”
Just before turning himself into police Saturday, the man apologized in a video to the LGBT community, blaming pot and liquor.
“You see what I got,” the man said on a video, flashing two guns. The police “aren’t coming nowhere near this shit. … Test the water, bitch.”
The video includes music from a Grateful Dead performance at the theater in 1971.
Like any good journalism student, Makkel Richards pulled out his cell phone and began recording Detroit Police forcefully arresting a man with a bloody face at Grand Circus Park.
The ACLU of Michigan has launched a cell phone app that allows you to document and preserve evidence of police misconduct, even if cops try to delete it.