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  • Actor Darris Love, Victim of Racial Profiling

    Black Actor Violently Detained by Police After Case of Racial Profiling and Mistaken Identity to Hold Press Conference While shopping at mall, Darris Love was taken into custody at gunpoint after police mistake him for burglary suspect LOS ANGELES – An African American actor who was at the Glendale Galleria shopping his girlfriend was violently

  • $3.6M Verdict Robertson Shooting

    The Cochran Firm Announces $3.6M Verdict in Wrongful Death Lawsuit of Man Shot 17 Times By Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Deputies Video shows Nicholas Robertson did not point gun at deputies Los Angeles, CA – The Cochran Firm has announced that on Monday a unanimous jury awarded the children of a man fatally shot by

  • Shooting of Donnell Thompson, Jr.

    In July of 2016, LA County Special Enforcement Bureau deputies shot and killed and unarmed civilian, 27 year-old Donnell Thompson, Jr., while searching for an armed suspect in a nearby car jacking incident.  Members of the SEB surrounded Mr. Thompson, a mentally disabled man, and then shot him from atop an armored vehicle with a high powered military style

  • FBI Investigation into Police Conduct

    In September of 1999, the El Monte Police Department was investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation for possible civil rights violations in the shooting death of Mario Paz, a 64 year old El Monte resident at home asleep on August 8th when police raided his home. The address for the home was obtained by