Chicago Police have charged four people with hate crime and several other charges in the brutal torture and kidnapping of a disabled man that was streamed live on Facebook.
Tesfaye Cooper and Jordan Hill are accused of being among suspects who tortured a special needs man on Facebook Live video while accusing him of supporting Donald Trump.
Tanishia Covington is accused of being part of a group who tortured a special needs man on Facebook Live video in Chicago, saying he was a Trump supporter.
The Brittany Herring streamed Chicago Facebook Live torture video is trending on Twitter with the hashtag #BLMKidnapping. But why is Black Lives Matter in it?
The Chicago torture video contains explicit mentions of race, but Chicago police are stopping short of calling it a hate crime – at least for now.
Chicago police – commander Kevin Duffin and Superintendent Eddie Johnson – are under fire for referring to the Facebook Live torture/kidnap video as stupidity and not immediately calling it a hate crime.
That crying mugshot supposedly of Facebook Live Chicago torture video suspect Brittany Herring (Covington)? It’s actually Brittany Shalynn Davis.
Brittany Herring posted a video on Facebook Live showing a man with special needs being tortured and beaten in Chicago. She and three others are in police custody.
A man with special needs was tied up and tortured in a Facebook Live video in Chicago, police say. In the video a person can be heard yelling slurs about Donald Trump.
Chicago murders in 2016 reached the highest number of homicides in the past 20 years and were more than Los Angeles and New York combined.
Jennifer Boyle, a human resources professional for Sinai in Chicago, is accused of being the woman who went on an alleged racist rant at Michael’s. She also went on a rant at a Peet’s.
A woman calling herself a Donald Trump voter went on a “racist” rant directed at Michaels store employees in Chicago, a witness says. Watch the video here.
The Chicago police superintendent has suspended the police powers of a sergeant who shot 19-year-old Kajuan Raye in the back. Police have not found a gun.
Trump Tower protesters in New York City and in Texas burned the American flag to protest the election of Donald Trump as president. See the flag burning photos.
Protests erupted outside Trump Tower in New York City and Chicago the day after Donald Trump was elected president. See videos and photos. People streamed on Facebook Live.