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14 Jan 2015

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14 Jan 2015

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Call and Post (Newspaper) - January 14, 2015, Cleveland, OhioA Wpm Mem 9 9 King or. Day it Mongle Hal 9 s Quot january 14, 2415 january Ohio a Black news Leader a vol. 99 n 11800 Shaker blvd. Cleveland of 44120 All Ohio edition a copyright 2015, Don King hoi. Family of Tanisha Anderson files Laws a Quot of or 4. O a m a pm Cut. O w by James w. Wade Iii staff reporter the family of Tanisha Anderson held a press conference to announce they have filed a civil rights Law suit against the City of Cleveland. In a room at the second Ebenezer Baptist Church the family with lawyer David b. Malik expressed their concern on the Way the police handled Anderson. The family accuses the City and the officers of excessive Force wrongful death assault and Battery its Well As violating the a americans with Quot disabilities act. It is asking for a jury trial and an unnamed amount in damages. The suit filed last week names Cleveland division of police officers Scott Aldridge and Bryan Myers As the two who responded to Andersons House nov. 13 and ultimately caused her death. Members of the National Alliance on mental illness Nami spoke about the testing of police officers and thought it was important people understand How to Deal with people with disabilities. Most people diagnosed with a serious mental illness can experience Relief from their symptoms by actively participating in an individual treatment program. That a Why the Anderson family does no to understand Why the police was not properly trained to handle Anderson. Anderson who suffered from schizophrenia died about two hours after she lost consciousness while in police custody outside her family a Home. The family believes the officers should have not put their knee in the Back of Anderson and forced her in the car. The family claims in the lawsuit that the officers left Andersons half naked body exposed to the Public did no to provide her with medical care and told her family that she was sleeping. Anderson 37, was a Black woman and Mother of a teenage daughter. Normally when she took her Medicine she was Okay. She lived next door to her brother Joell Anderson and her Mother Cassandra Johnson. In the civil suit the family talks about How they tried to give the police officers information about Anderson but they hardly addressed them at All and even said the police were rude and disrespectful to them. The family feels the police used excessive Force and talked about it in the lawsuit As they refer to information from the . Department of Justice report do released in december that found among other things Many Cleveland police officers Are not properly trained to handle encounters with residents with mental illnesses. The family wants Justice and wanted to make it very Clear its not about Money. They said its about Justice for the treatment of Anderson and her death. Family members said she recited the lords prayer while the officers manhandled her. The family feels Tanisha Andersons brother along with her Mother Cassandra Johnson talk about the family wanting Justice for Anderson losing her life to police officers. Photo by James w. Wade Iii Budish announces additions to county leadership team Armond Budish has named Nailah Byrd the a new clerk of courts. Byrd us currently the Cuya hoga a county inspector general. She is a graduate of a Columbia University and Brooklyn Law school and a a has extensive experience a working with the courts. A she has practice in both a criminal and civil contexts. She is a former Manhattan District a attorney private sector corporate counsel and assistant . Attorney where she prosecuted major felony cases in new York City. Edward Kraus was named director of regional collaboration and will work to build strategic partnerships within the county and beyond. Kraus currently serves As the City of Solon vice mayor and brings Over 13 years of elected legislative experience to the Job. As an attorney at Mcdonald Hopkins Kraus has practice planning and zoning Law real estate Law and government affairs. He is a former supervising attorney at the Cuya hoga county mortgage fraud task Force co managing see team/6c strongly behind the do findings that stated a pc Dpi a failure to ensure that its officers do not use excessive Force and Are held accountable if they do interferes with its ability to work with the communities whose cooperation the division most needs to enforce the Law ensure officer safety and prevent crime. Instead of working with Cleveland a communities to understand their needs and concerns and to set crime fighting priorities and strategies see files/6c Ohhi huh state third string is the Charm led by quarterback and Glenville High school Alum Cardale Jones Ohio state University won their eighth National championship beating Oregon monday night 42-20. Running Back Ezekiel Elliott set the Pace by setting a National championship game record for 246 Yards but it was Jones who beat the Odds by moving up from being the buckeyes third string band leading his team to the National championship. Photo by Bill Moore. East Cleveland deals with being broke by Rhonda Crowder staff reporter by now it is no secret that the City of East Cleveland is financially insolvent. In laymen a terms they Are dead broke. Here a what that Means. East Cleveland is in debt with no foreseeable Way to pay the Bills. Because the City is strapped for Cash they Are unable to provide adequate Street maintenance due to the Lack of working equipment. Their Asphalt warmer Street roller and two Street sweepers Are in need of repairs. The fire department does not have a working ladder truck while the cities of University Heights and South Euclid has cancelled their Mutual agreements due to this Lack of working equipment. East Cleveland continues to receive notices from vendors including firs Energy and at amp to threatening potential Legal action for Lack of payment. All of the City employee cell phones Are turned off. According to a letter from state auditor David Yost a there is anecdotal evidence of doctors refusing treatment due to outstanding Bills which should have been covered by insurance. At least one employee has retained Legal counsel for potential action against the City the letter said. And just a couple weeks ago the City a seniors were left in the cold after budget cuts forced their favorite hangout the Helen s. Brown Center to close its doors. Yostos letter also said the City is on the a verge of collapse and a the recovery plan is inadequate to return it to fiscal health in this current environment. Additionally Yost said a this office cannot support borrowing without a Clear plan that eliminates the structural with that some Are left wondering How did it get to this Point and what a next when we reached out to mayor Gary Norton to ask if and when the City would file bankruptcy he kept his comments Short and simple. A i am not going to say anything about it a said Norton. A a in a sure you can Gerald Silvera chairman of East Cleveland a audit committee said the City is its going to have to file bankruptcy. A a that a the Only option that it has at this Point a said Silvera who attributes Gross miss pending and mismanagement by the current administration As a Factor causing the City a demise. He also said there is no real plan of filing bankruptcy that there a just been conversation of moving in that direction. Council president Barbara Thomas has been the main person initiating that conversation Silvera said. A at this Point there has been no formalize discussion How that Mechanic will take Silvera went on to say he tried to Alert the City a few years ago. A i told them Back in 2012 that this City was headed for bankruptcy according to what i had observed and according to How things were being to me in my observations Over the years East Cleveland arrived at this deliberately he added. A this was a deliberate intent to bankrupt this City because this City is More valuable in other Peoples hand than in Black hands at this Point. That a the reality. This City was deliberately see broke/6c Black on the Block local group makes presence Felt on the streets of Cleveland Nailah Byrd by Kush Azrael staff reporter Black on Black inc. Has been on the front lines of Many Battles for roughly 40 years. You be heard of them but Many still done to know exactly what it is that they do. Probably because they done to brag about their accomplishments which Are too Many too list. What they do is provide a a voice for the voiceless. In a nutshell. A i done to like to sit up and try to list All of the accomplishments of Black on Black crime inc. Ill leave that up to the people we have helped a said Confounder Art Mccoy. However one of their latest accomplishments was getting rid of the red Light Speed cameras in the City of Cleveland. That a notably their biggest Victory for 2014. The organization seemed to have caught the City off guard because the City thought it was an insignificant group. Once placed on the ballot and voted for on election Day those who supported the Bill to get rid of the cameras won All Lifs news the precincts. The City said the residents wanted the cameras but that proved be untrue in the election. It will Cost the City millions of dollars now that the cameras Are gone. A we were the Robin Hood in that situation in which we took Money from the Rich and gave it to the poor a said Mccoy. A any Way you look at it that Hurt and put the City on notice. Done to mess with Black on Black done to mess with the Black Many a working with Black on Black crime president Emie Harris and their sister group the Black Many a army Mccoy has become one of the City a see group/6c w Post Karlton Lassiter % Fey James l. Hart Parkway Ypsilanti i 48197

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