Yesterday (October 19), Milwaukee Bucks power forward John Henson courageously aired out local Schwanke-Kasten Jewelers after employees locked the doors upon seeing a tall Black man approaching and told him to “go away.”
The recent Milwaukee car accident shooting that unnecessarily claimed the lives of a couple more people outside the toddler who was fatally struck with a car, has ended in more bloodshed.
A Milwaukee neighborhood unnecessarily lost three lives on Sunday, April 12 after a fatal car accident involving a toddler prompted two individuals to be shot dead in the street.
At the beginning of the year, 21-year-old Terrance Walker was shot to death by a Oklahoma police officer while he was trying to flee the scene where he was being apprehended at.
As the deaths of Mike Brown and Eric Garner waged on to create a national divide between Americans, a well-known but lesser publicized similar instance was being experienced in the Midwest.
Ohio kidnapping hero Charles Ramsey may be having a difficult time financially, but plenty of people are giving him his respect. The latest is Cleveland rap group Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, who brought Ramsay on stage during a show in Milwaukee this past weekend.
Just as he predicted upon shooting 13-year-old Darius Simmons last year, a judge has “thrown the book” at John Henry Spooner.
It didn’t take long for jurors in Milwaukee to convict John Spooner of first-degree intentional homicide Wednesday (July 17). The senior citizen gunned down a young Black teen last year because he thought the boy stole from him.