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Call and Post (Newspaper) - May 27, 2015, Cleveland, OhioCountdown to established i9i6 downtown Bedford has a new a need Bor see cp2 inside May 27, 2�15 june 2, 2015 11800 Shaker blvd. Cleveland of 44120 amp All Ohio edition vol. 99 copyright 20is, Don King a 2 Call amp Post editorial on the Brelo verdict then who the hell a is Guilfe h u a a a Quot a it it it m a m o <7� Viz o z cd on cd if the Cleveland policeman who jumped up on the Hood of his helpless victims car and unloaded his gun execution style reloaded and repeated the actions of his Gangland mob style hit of unarmed couple Timothy Russell and Malissa Williams is not guilty then who the hell is insert crickets when Cuya hoga common pleas judge John p. Of Donnell let officer Michael Brelo walk out the front door what he might As Well have said was that no police officer can Ever be convicted for a dereliction duty leading to the death of Black people. Well at least not in Cleveland. In other words if a cop wants to kill Black people a yes they can get away with murder a for those who say the other 12 offi cers should have been charged As Well we say a for what a for the same thing that they let Brelo get off Scott free for if the Guy who jumped on the Hood of the car who was proven to have delivered kill shots to both victims was found not guilty on All charges then what would the judge pin on Brelos Back up firing squad accessories to the crime at most. If what happened to the main shooter meant anything then we can Only assume that the decision for the other 12 would be the same a nothing a the court system in Cuya hoga county the Cleveland police department and mayor Frank g Jackson have blood on their hands. Justice has see guilty/2a greater Cleveland congregations along with other preachers rabbis and civic leaders and Council people March for Justice to the Cleveland police Headquarters in protest of officer Michael Brelo being found not guilty. Photo by James w. Wade Iii i preachers led March against Brelo verdict Cleveland mayor Frank Jackson at press conference with . Attorney for Northern Ohio Steven m. Dettelbach and Cleveland police chief Calvin Williams announcing a decree agreement Between the City of Cleveland and the department of Justice. Photo by James w. Wade Iii do and Cleveland reach agreement on policing by James w. Wade Iii staff reporter while Many were in the midst of protesting the not guilty verdict of officer Michael Brelo tuesday afternoon the City of Cleveland and the department of Justice reached a settlement agreement to Reform the Cleveland division of police cd. The agreement is intended to resolve the do findings that cd engages in pattern or practice of using unreasonable Force in violation of the fourth amendment. At a press conference held in the mayors red room the 105-Page decree was presented to the Media. The settlement avoids a potential lawsuit by the Justice department after its investigators concluded a nearly two year investigation in december and found Cleveland police too often used excessive Force failed to thoroughly investigate itself and had suffered from an erosion of Community Trust. A Federal judge must approve the agreement before it officially takes effect. Once approved the Justice department and the City will hire an Independent Monitor to oversee the implementation of reforms. The decree includes the revision of Force policies and improved training and guidance on when and How officers May use Force including an emphasis on de escalation of incidents. The agreement forbids the use of Force As retaliation or during verbal confrontations. Attiat Means hitting people in the head with guns a practice uncovered in the december report is now prohibited. The City has agreed to change its policy to require officers to use de escalation tactics when possible to avoid using Force. If officers do use Force they will be required to provide Basic medical care until medics arrive on the scene. The reforms also expand officers responsibilities to document each Type of Force used or witnessed. A newly created Force investigation team will examine each use of Force and computer software will track officers use of Force and complaints about excessive Force. The decree includes Many sections. One that stands out in the decree reads a officers will not use an individuals gender race ethnicity National origin or perceived sexual orientation As a Factor to any extent or degree in establishing reasonable suspicion or probable cause unless such see doj/4c by James w. Wade Iii staff reporter hundreds came out to March and protest against the not guilty verdict of officer Michael Brelo. The March was organized by the greater Cleveland congregations made up of All faiths. They walked from Euclid Avenue and East 6th Street to the Justice Center on the Side of the Cleveland police Headquarters then to City Hall. Walking Arm and Arm various preachers rabbis councilmen and civic leaders marched through downtown Cleveland yesterday. Rev. Jawanza Colvin pastor of Olivet institutional Baptist Church said the group wrote letters to Cuya hoga county prosecutor Tim Mcginty Cleveland mayor Frank Jackson and Steven Dettelbach the . Attorney for the Northern District of Ohio to work with the group to change the Way the criminal Justice system handles cases. A we want to ensure equal treatment under the Law. This fight truly belongs in front of this building a Colvin told the group outside the Justice Center. Colvin has been very vocal about the do report and Justice being served fairly in Cleveland. While marching they Sang a we shall overcome and a this Little Light of mine often taking Breaks to be More effective and United in certain areas. A this was a great time for Many of us bringing Back the Days when or. Martin Luther King or. And other marched for our rights. I was Happy to be on the front line of this great March a said Ward 2 councilman Zack Reed. Rev. Richard Gibson pastor of Elizabeth Baptist Church expects Mcginty and Jackson to agree to meet with them by july 31. While on the Steps of Cleveland City Hall they presented Community relations director Blaine Griffin with the letter from the group. A today our voices Are being heard loud and Clear and we know and have Faith in the Jackson administration to do the right thing a said Bishop Eugene w. Ward jr., one of the local marchers. While Many cheered at the Unity others look on in amazement that the police escorted them to each spot and kept the streets Clear. A we appreciate civility in this City. We be come Here in civility with peaceful protests. But civility is a two Way Street a said Gibson. The protesters talked about a comprehensive criminal Justice Reform. A the criminal Justice system needs to improve training for police officers reduce the number people being sent to prison and increase the use of drug courts to get treatment for drug addicts instead of putting them behind bars a Colvin said. Art Mckoy marched with the people holding the Flag and cheering. A i have been waiting for the preachers to come out and March and be seen. We need them if i did no to have these glasses on you would see the tears in my eyes a said Mckoy. In a separate rally planned for 7 . May 29 at Olivet institutional Baptist Church 8712 Quincy ave., the Rev. A1 Sharpton is scheduled to appear As a guest speaker. The rally will include voter registration and a Call for peaceful demonstrations Colvin said. A a we be got to Pray. We be got to March and we be got to work because that is How our mothers and fathers made it Over All of these centuries a Colvin said. I i a no it f wed thurs Fri sat l 86/62 82/66 87/70 83/50 sun65/57
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