Joe Smydo, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette—About 100 people gathered Saturday at the scene of Jordan Miles’ confrontation with three Pittsburgh police officers, then marched through Homewood to demand the officers be prosecuted for beating him.
OneHOODWebTV—Justice For Jordan Miles Rally/March Sept. 18, 2010 Homewood, Pittsburgh, PA [youtube]S5jfy3W_ry0[/youtube]
OneHOODWebTV—Jordan Miles’ 16-year-old sister, Kielan bravely reads a statement that she prepared about how Jordan’s beating at the hands of 3 Pittsburgh police Officers have affected her and her family. [youtube]KB_MTYLOX74[/youtube]
WPXI—Friends and neighbors came out to “march for justice” for the former Creative and Performing Arts High School student that said he was beaten by Pittsburgh police officers.
Chris Potter, City Paper—Jordan Miles, the Homewood student left battered from an encounter with three Pittsburgh police officers in January, has started college now. Theoretically, he could graduate before we ever know what will happen to the police involved.
Editorial, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette—On. Jan. 12, Homewood resident Jordan Miles, 18, was confronted by three undercover police officers on Tioga Street as he made his way from his mother’s home to his grandmother’s nearby.