A former North Carolina police officer who was fired and criminally charged last year after he allegedly gathered a group of armed people and tried to enter the home of a Black teen who he thought was a suspect in the case of a missing person, has been sued by the victim's family Tuesday. Attorneys for Monica Shepard and her year-old son Dameon filed the civil suit in North Carolina Tuesday contending that their clients were racially profiled and terrorized by former deputy Jordan Kita, and 14 other white defendants, some of whom were armed, who said they were looking for a missing woman. Kita was off-duty but in uniform and had his sidearm when he came to the Shepard's Pender County home on May 3, , along with the group, according to the suit. Kita told Dameon he was looking for a Black suspect with a different name than Dameon's and tried to force himself into the home even though the teen repeatedly identified himself and said the suspect didn't live in the address, the suit said. Monica Shepard eventually forced Kita out of the doorway and the crowd dispersed, according to the suit. The missing girl was eventually found safe, according to the New Hanover and Pender County District Attorney's office.
The family of a year-old girl in Florida who was body-slammed this week by a school resource officer is demanding the deputy be fired and arrested. Her mother, Jamesha Bracey, told NBC News her daughter had previously told school administrators that other students had threatened her. The deputy is then seen pulling her hands behind her back and handcuffing her. She told NBC News that school administrators were initially reluctant to tell her what had happened. During a news conference, he said the deputy, Ethan Fournier, does not have a history of misconduct. She went after another student.
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After Alondra Carmona, a high school senior in Houston, recently exhausted all of her college savings to prevent her unemployed mother from being evicted, one media outlet on Tuesday tried to portray it as an "act of kindness," but progressives are emphasizing that the all-too-common story is an indictment of a deeply unequal society reliant on private charity as a result of policymakers' failure to guarantee livable incomes, affordable housing and higher education, and more. Today, I found out that my mom has not had a job for 3 months and hid it from us. She owes two months of rent and will most likely get evicted in March.