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Fight break out outside the BRPD headquarters with Protesters- 7 arrested

Fight break out outside the BRPD headquarters with Protesters- 7 arrested

Baton Rouge- Several people were arrested after a small scuffle broke out near the BRPD headquarters. Protesters were there to demand justice for Alton Sterling. Several videos have surfaced via social media thats shows officers tackling protesters to the ground. You could hear tasers being fired at protesters as they were taken into custody. The(…)

Unmarked Police Car Kills Pedestrian

Unmarked Police Car Kills Pedestrian

BATON ROUGE, LA –A pedestrian was struck and killed by an unmarked unmarked police car in the 3300 block of Florida Blvd. near N Acadian Thruway Tuesday. Officials say the Baton Rouge Area Violence Elimination (BRAVE) officer who struck the pedestrian has been placed on paid leave pending the investigation. Florida Blvd. is currently shut(…)

Lawyers for Alton Sterling’s children file Civil Law Suit

Lawyers for Alton Sterling’s children file Civil Law Suit

BATON ROUGE, LA (PPN) -Today, Lawyers that represent the children of Alton Sterling,  filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the City of Baton Rouge, East Baton Rouge Parish, the Baton Rouge Police Department, Officer Blaine Salamoni, Officer Howie Lake, Chief Carl Dabadie and an unnamed insurance company. Attorneys L. Chris Stewart, Dale Glover, Mike Adams, and Brandon(…)

Council On Aging Tax Finally Passes

Council On Aging Tax Finally Passes

BATON ROUGE – The East Baton Rouge Metro Council has finally approved a property tax that will benefit the East Baton Rouge Council on Aging after several previous controversial meetings . The 2016 tax which was passed by the voters is a 2.25 mill property tax for 10 years. The money that will be disperse(…)

Former FBI Director Comey will testify publicly before Senate Intelligence Committee

Former FBI Director Comey will testify publicly before Senate Intelligence Committee

(PPN) – The leadership of the Senate Intelligence Committee said it will schedule the open hearing after Memorial Day, the Washington Post reports. “The Committee looks forward to receiving testimony from the former Director on his role in the development of the Intelligence Community Assessment on Russian interference in the 2016 US elections, and I(…)

DOJ: Unanimous decision, not enough sufficient evidence in the shooting case of Alton Sterling

DOJ: Unanimous decision, not enough sufficient evidence in the shooting case of Alton Sterling

Posted by Daniel Banguel on Wednesday, May 3, 2017 Baton Rouge, LA (PPN) – On Wednesday, May 3, the Department of Justice held a press conference to make an “official” announcement for the decision made in the fatal shooting of Alton Sterling. The two Baton Rouge police officers that were involved are Blane Salamoni and Howie Lake II. Salamoni(…)