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  • We Remember: Roland Freeman, Original L.A. Black Panther Dies at 68

    Oct 20, 14 by EURNews 5 Comments


    Roland Freeman, Original Member of the Southern California Chapter of the Black Panther Party for Self Defense Dies at 68 Los Angeles, CA – Roland Freeman, an original member of the Southern California Chapter of the Black Party for Self-Defense died Wed., Oct. 15 in New York at the LaGuardia Airport. Freeman was bringing back […]

  • Black & Blue News: Why LAPD Det. Frank Lyga Won’t Be Fired

    Oct 17, 14 by Retired LAPD sergeant Cheryl Dorsey 1 Comment


    *Today it was reported that a Los Angeles Police Department administrative hearing known as  a Board of Rights (BOR) recommended the termination of LAPD Detective Frank Lyga as a result of racist, sexist and inflammatory remarks he made last year during a joint LAPD training day. The truth is, Det. Lyga  quite possibly may live to offend […]

  • BlackandBlueNews: Domestic Violence Can Happen to You

    Oct 7, 14 by Ret. LAPD Sergeant Cheryl Dorsey Leave a comment


    *October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. We sadly begin this October with the fatal shooting of  Bell Gardens Mayor Daniel Crespo as a result of a domestic violence incident. Shock, sadness and disbelief were just a few of the emotions expressed when it was reported that Mayor Daniel Crespo, had been shot and killed by his wife […]

  • @Jasmyne Cannick: LAPD Sergeant Did the Right Thing with Daniele Watts

    Oct 3, 14 by EUROpinion 9 Comments


    *Los Angeles police sergeant Jim Parker does not deserve to be fired for his role in the handcuffing and detaining of actress Daniele Watts when she refused to identify herself.  I know that probably isn’t going to go over well with some African-Americans, but that’s how I feel about the situation. Daniele Watts and her man celebrity […]

  • Black and Blue News: Calling Coco to the Hot Box

    Oct 1, 14 by Ret. LAPD Sergeant Cheryl Dorsey 2 Comments


    *There is a very powerful scene in the Oscar-winning movie “Django Unchained” directed by Quentin Tarantino, where a “hot box” is used as punishment for rebellious slaves. Well, I think it’s time to put actress Daniele Watts– who played the  Coco in the blockbuster hit – in the “hot box.” She has been going around […]

  • Charles Belk Seeks An Automatic Erase for the Innocent

    Sep 23, 14 by LaRita Shelby 2 Comments


    *Wrongfully arrested marketing executive and independent film producer, Charles Belk, presented to a panel of Hearing Commissioners on Friday, 9/12/14 at the California-Hawaii State Conference of the NAACP Los Angeles’ Hearing on “Solutions to Police Brutality and Racial Profiling.” Hearing Commissioners assembled included CA Assemblyman, Reginald Jones-Sawyers, Sr., NAACP National Board Member, Ron Hasson, CA-HI […]