October 8, 2013 - The bail for Craig Wright who is a motorcyclist charged with beating SUV driver Alexian Lien has been set at 150,000. The incident took place last month along the West side highway in NYC and was caught by a motorcyclist who was wearing a helmet came at the time. A gang of motorcyclists surrounded the SUV attempting to slow it down for reasons unknown. Lien said that he felt threatened and took off running over one of the bikers. The video has over 6 million views on YouTube and is being used by the NYPD as evidence to bring charges against the guilty parties.
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Those likely ineligible for a bail bond:
- Repeat offenders.
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September 4, 2013 - There are currently two U.S. government agencies conducting investigations into the killing of teenager Tryvon Martin. The US Department of Justice and the US Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Florida are combing thru evidence acquired by the Federal Bureau of Investigation along with taking a close look at the state trial proceedings dealing with the case.
Human rights expert Verene Shepherd who is a fellow of the Cambridge Commonwealth Society and the person heading up the UN Working Group of Experts of People of African Descent said, “We call upon the US Government to examine its laws that could have discriminatory impact on African Americans, and to ensure that such laws are in full compliance with the country’s international legal obligations and relevant standards,”
June 18, 2013 - New York, N.Y. - For the first time ever sesame Street will feature a puppet who's father is in jail. As part of an online toolkit provided to schools through the "Little Children, Big Challenges project" on the Sesame Street workshop website. The project features tips for coping with incarceration and with the help of 16 videos, the main puppet character Alex talks about the emotional distress he faces on a daily basis with having his dad in jail. The website is child and family friendly, feel free to take a look http://www.sesamestreet.org
An interesting statistic to point out is that 1 in 28 American children has a parent in jail, in fact, more american children have a parent in jail then they do deployed in the military.
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