Matt Ingram Case: ‘Reckless Eyeballing’ (1951)

In 1951 Matt Ingram was accused of “reckless eyeballing,” (the improper looking at a white person, with sexual intent) in North Carolina. Ingram was one of the last African-Americans convicted under this law. Ingram was a tenant farmer leaving in Yanceyville, North Carolina and had nine children with his wife. 17-year-old Willa Jean Bosewell testified… Continue reading Matt Ingram Case: ‘Reckless Eyeballing’ (1951)

Grand Jury Decides No Charges Will Be Brought Against Rochester Cops In Daniel Prude Case

The Rochester police officers who suffocated 41-year-old Daniel Prude last year by placing a hood over his head and pressing it down until he was unresponsive will not be charged in his death. On Tuesday, a grand jury met to evaluate the case and determined not to bring an indictment against the seven officers, according to… Continue reading Grand Jury Decides No Charges Will Be Brought Against Rochester Cops In Daniel Prude Case

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A Police Officer’s Posthumous Wish Was To Admit He’d Covered Up Evidence In Malcolm X’s Assassination Case

A former NYPD police officer had a dying wish to have his letter, in which he admits he’d been a part of covering up the assassination of Malcolm X, read following his death, Reuters reported.  In the letter, the now-deceased ex-undercover NYPD officer Raymond Wood implicates his department and the FBI in ensuring the successful… Continue reading A Police Officer’s Posthumous Wish Was To Admit He’d Covered Up Evidence In Malcolm X’s Assassination Case