Brian Bowling, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review—A federal judge this week tossed out a civil rights lawsuit against a Pittsburgh police officer and the city.
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review—Pittsburgh City Council has scheduled two public meetings on a series of bills designed to change the way Pittsburgh police officers do their jobs.
Brian Bowling/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review—A federal judge Thursday tossed out a civil rights lawsuit against a Pittsburgh police officer and the city.
Adam Brandolph/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review—Pittsburgh City Council has scheduled two public meetings on a series of bills designed to change the way Pittsburgh police officers do their jobs.
Rich Lord, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette—Pittsburgh City Council has scheduled two special meetings on a series of proposed police reforms driven by the January allegations by Creative and Performing Arts high school student Jordan Miles that he was beaten by police.
Jill King Greenwood, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review—An honors student who says three Pittsburgh police officers beat him during an arrest outside his Homewood home took a polygraph test yesterday administered by the FBI and “passed with flying colors,” his attorney said.
Rob Rogers, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette blog—Sure, editorial cartoonists like to stir things up. It comes with the job. We draw to get a reaction. But we also draw to expose what we see as abuses of power and to give a voice to the people. On February 3rd I published a cartoon about the Jordan Miles […]
Sadie Gurman, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette—A hearing for a Homewood teen who claims three Pittsburgh police officers beat him during his arrest last month was postponed for a second time Thursday while the FBI and the city investigate the officers’ actions.
Chris Potter, City Paper—Remember Jordan Miles, the CAPA student who got pummeled by police in Homewood, supposedly because the cops thought he might have a gun stowed in the pocket of his jacket? And remember how the “gun” turned out to be a bottle of Mountain Dew?
Bobby Kerlik, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review—A district judge postponed a preliminary hearing today for a Homewood teenager who accused Pittsburgh police officers of beating him during an arrest.