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The shooting, captured on video, was one in a series that raised questions of racial bias in U.S. policing.
The shooting, captured on video, was one in a series that raised questions of racial bias in U.S. policing.
Records show that Bates became a reserve deputy around the time he became a donor to the Tulsa County Sheriff's Office, according
Marq Lewis, an organizer with We The People Oklahoma, said Wednesday that police are trying to slander Harris's character
The Tulsa County volunteer deputy has disputed a Tulsa World report that sheriff's office supervisors were ordered to falsify
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Bates showed TODAY's Matt Lauer that he kept his Taser on the left side of his body and his gun on his right hip. Asked how
Citizens deserve police departments in which high-risk frontline positions are staffed by professionals who are held accountable to the public, not a sheriff's personal friends playing cop.
Multiple sources speaking on condition of anonymity told the newspaper that at least three of Bates' supervisors had been
How long can we expect to see new reports and videos of unarmed black men being shot by police in incidents all across the country? Aspects of two of the most recent shootings in Tulsa, Okla. and North Charleston, S.C., suggest some answers to the question, and the answers do not bode well.
Watch the full HuffPost Live conversation about "pay to play" cops here. After the shooting, Tulsa County Sheriff Stanley
Reserve Deputy Robert Bates, 73, who used to be a police officer, shouted "taser, taser," before firing his gun at Eric Harris