Tyre Nichols’s Family Is Suing The City Of Memphis And The Police Officers Involved In His Death For $550 Million
“The savage beating of Tyre Nichols was a direct and foreseeable product of the unconstitutional policies, practices, customs, and decisions made by the city of Memphis,” attorney Ben Crump said.
One Of The Cops Who Beat And Arrested Tyre Nichols Allegedly Took Photos Of Him And Texted It To Friends
Officer Demetrius Haley, who has been fired and charged with murder, sent the photo of Nichols to at least six people, according to Memphis police documents.
Biden said police officers who violate the public's trust "must be held accountable" during Tuesday's State of the Union address.
A Man Is Suing The Police Officers Charged With Killing Tyre Nichols For Allegedly Beating Him Just Three Days Earlier
Monterrious Harris, 22, believes the only reason he wasn't more severely injured or killed is because bystanders interrupted the alleged violent assault, the lawsuit says.
Two EMTs Had Their Licenses Suspended After A Review Found They Did Not Help Tyre Nichols For 19 Minutes As He “Lay Prone On The Ground”
Memphis police determined that Officer Preston Hemphill broke several department protocols, while two emergency responders had their licenses suspended after a state review determined they failed to help Tyre Nichols for 19 minutes.
Tyre Nichols Was Celebrated As A "Beautiful Soul" At His Funeral Where Kamala Harris And Rev. Al Sharpton Called For Action
"I see the world showing him love and fighting for his justice, but all I want is my baby brother back," Nichols's sister said.
“Nobody wants to leave. What are you supposed to do after this?”