In a recent conversation with Harvey Miller, also known as internationally acclaimed “DJ Speedy”, it was brought to my attention that one of the deputies involved in Miller’s incident was charged in 2014 of negligent manslaughter. The incident resulted in a federal lawsuit settled for $500,000 which will ultimately be paid with interest by the property taxes of area residents
Miller was arrested and held in jail for 12 hours, while the county seized his cash for allegedly smelling like marijuana according to a press release by Miller’s staff. Arresting officers found no illegal substances or traces of illicit substances in the vehicle or on Miller.
Sen Inhofe purchased up to $100,000 in defense contractor stock days after pushing for increased Defense Department spending
By: Nate Morris, senior editor WASHINGTON, D.C. – On Tuesday, just three short days after pushing to approve President Trump’s record request for three-quarters of a trillion dollars in defense […]
By: Nate Morris, senior editor Two months ago, at a small community meeting in the fellowship hall at Morning Star Baptist church, Mayor GT Bynum made an unexpected announcement that would make […]
By: Nate Morris HOOVER, AL – Two days after Emantic F. Bradford, Jr. was laid to rest, an independent autopsy report released by his family attorney reveal that the 21 year […]
By: Nate Morris, senior editor TULSA, OK – On his last night as a Tulsa city counselor, Blake Ewing and his colleagues voted to change the name of M.B. Brady street to […]
National Council for Incarcerated and Formerly Incarcerated Women and Girls to hold national FreeHer conference in Tulsa
The National Council for Incarcerated and Formerly Incarcerated Women and Girls will hold its national conference, FreeHer, in Tulsa on Sept. 28-30. Oklahoma leads the nation in incarceration, but Tulsa is an outlier, producing proven strategies to reduce the prison population. This conference will highlight criminal justice reform work being done around the country as well as in Tulsa.