The FBI surveillance of Black Lives Matter protesters went much further than previously believed as agents tracked the movements of an activist and conducted surveillance of homes and cars of people believed to be tied to rallies in Ferguson, Missouri, according to documents obtained by The Intercept.
The more we learn about the Ferguson City Council’s decision to reject key terms of a consent decree with the Department of Justice and fight it out in court, the less sense it makes.
Something has gone terribly wrong with the social justice movement.
The Justice Department is suing the city of Ferguson to force police reforms in a city accused of a pattern of unconstitutional conduct by law enforcement.
The pact comes in the aftermath of the fatal shooting of Michael Brown in 2014.
Officials in Ferguson, Mo., are close to reaching a deal with the Justice Department to overhaul the city’s Police Department and head off civil rights lawsuits.
What is so troubling about this line of reasoning is that it suggests officers have no idea about what has brought us to this point.
ATF investigators are searching for a suspect they believe is responsible for setting six black churches on fire near Ferguson.