Editorial, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette—On Jan. 12, 2010, Homewood teenager Jordan Miles received, in the words of his lawyer, “an excessive beating” by three Pittsburgh police officers. Mr. Miles wasn’t a gang member. He wasn’t packing heat or carrying drugs. He was a high school honor student on the way to his grandmother’s house.
WDUQ News—The Alliance for Police Accountability held a vigil Wednesday in memoriam of the one year anniversary of the Jordan Miles incident. Held on the corner of Tioga and Rosedale Street in the Homewood neighborhood of Pittsburgh, the location of the incident, the protest was intended to show investigators and city officials that people in [...]
Observer-Reporter (Washington and Greene Counties)—Labor unions arose in this country for good reasons, chief among them the need to counter the tactics of predatory employers as the nation entered the industrial age.
Michael Hasch, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review—The Alliance for Police Accountability held a candlelight vigil Wednesday to protest what it called the unjustified beating of an honors student from Homewood and the lack of legal action against the three police officers involved.
Lawsuit: Pittsburgh Teen Prays As Cops Beat Him WTAE—About 25 people met in Homewood on Wednesday night to hold a vigil and protest on the one-year anniversary of the violent arrest of 18-year-old Jordan Miles.
Paradise Gray, Father Duquesne blog Here’s a little story that must be told about 3 little pigs on a night so cold, It started last year in jan-u-ary, On A Night just like this, it was sooo scary!
Theme Is An End to Violence of Any Kind Pittsburgh, PA – Upset by the lack of justice a year after the beating of Jordan Miles, the Alliance for Police Accountability (APA) will hold a vigil and protest in Homewood: Wednesday, Jan. 12 7:00 pm Corner of Tioga & Rosedale St. (From Penn and Braddock: [...]
Ralph Iannotti/KDKA—The union representing Pittsburgh police officers is angry after someone sent press releases to local media outlets, saying that the union had withdrawn its support of three officers involved in a controversial police brutality case.
WTAE—Top officials with the Pittsburgh police officers’ union said a fake statement was sent to local media on Monday, alleging that the union no longer stands behind three cops who are the subject of a nearly yearlong investigation of the beating of Jordan Miles.