Al Jazeera follows the Albuquerque Police Department's (APD) 40-year history of police misconduct and department corruption. Recent events are the Department of Justice findings against the APD, victims' stories (including that of Kenneth Ellis III represented by Shannon Kennedy and Joseph Kennedy), and police officers who spoke out and were retaliated against. This article focuses on the APD, but provides a lens for a larger understanding of how class and race issues are intertwined with history of police misconduct. Read the full article here: Albuquerque PD: a case study of police brutality.
Elon James White on what to do if you're stopped by the police or an immigration officer. Thanks to our colleagues at the ACLU for producing this video.
"Bernalillo County has settled for a reported $680,000 in a federal civil rights lawsuit filed by a woman inmate who was allegedly raped by then-Metropolitan Detention Center guard Andres Verdugo in June 2014, the Journal has learned."