One of the previous convictions was for a 1990s home invasion similar to the attack in Millburn, according to Assistant Essex County Prosecutor Jamel Semper."Half-measures of leniency haven't worked to deter this defendant," Semper told the judge.Afro American gay men are ignored into nonexistence in parts of black culture and are basically second class citizens in gay culture.The black church which has historically played a fundamental role in protesting against civil injustices toward its parishioners has been want to deny its gay members their right to live a life free and open without prejudice."And then, when they put me in handcuffs and they were driving off, I heard them (talk) about they were going to get me for resisting arrest.But as you can see on the video clearly, I didn’t resist at all." In addition to the video posted on social media, Sacramento authorities are reviewing footage from a camera inside the patrol car.The Sacramento Police Department on Tuesday announced a formal investigation into the actions of one of their officers who was seen slamming a black man to the ground and beating him — all sparked by an alleged case of jaywalking.The video, released Monday, has sparked national outrage.
"I thought I was going to be like the next Trayvon Martin," he said.Despite public projections of a “rainbow” community living together in harmonious co-habitation, openly active and passive prejudices exist in the larger gay community against gay Afro Americans., and be sure to put Celebrate Love in the subject line.The video, released by Salt Lake City Police, shows the shooting death of a 50-year-old black man at the hands of a white police officer.A judge sentenced a career criminal to life in prison Wednesday for a brutal home invasion beating caught on a nanny cam after listening to the victim describe how the attack left her with physical and psychological scars.But the panel acquitted him of the most serious charge, attempted murder.