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May 7, 2017 Day108 of the First Year - History

May 7, 2017 Day108 of the First Year - History


Timeline of protests against Donald Trump

The following is a timeline of the protests against Donald Trump, the former President of the United States of America, businessman, and television personality.

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WordPress.org

The following are the various versions of WordPress, listed chronologically from the oldest to newest, along with the Change Log information on new features and improvements in each version.

NOTE: WordPress core developers share a love of jazz music, and since WordPress 1.0 all major releases are named in honor of jazz musicians they admire.

Version Release Date Musician Change Log Announcement DB Version
0.70 May 27, 2003 Changelog Blog
0.71 June 9, 2003 Changelog Blog
0.711 June 25, 2003 Changelog Blog
0.72 October 11, 2003 Changelog Blog
1.0 January 3, 2004 Miles Davis Changelog Blog
1.0.1 January 25, 2004 Changelog Blog
1.0.2 March 11, 2004 Art Blakey Changelog Blog
1.2 May 22, 2004 Charles Mingus Changelog Blog
1.2.1 October 6, 2004 Changelog Blog
1.2.2 December 15, 2004 Changelog Blog 2540
1.5 February 17, 2005 Billy Strayhorn Changelog Blog 2541
1.5.1 May 9, 2005 Changelog Blog 2541
1.5.1.1 May 9, 2005 Changelog Blog 2541
1.5.1.2 May 27, 2005 Changelog Blog 2541
1.5.1.3 June 29, 2005 Changelog Blog 2541
1.5.2 August 14, 2005 Changelog Blog 2541
2.0 December 26, 2005 Duke Ellington Changelog Blog 3441
2.0.1 January 31, 2006 Changelog Blog 3441
2.0.2 March 10, 2006 Changelog Blog 3441
2.0.3 June 1, 2006 Changelog Blog 3441
2.0.4 July 29, 2006 Changelog Blog 3441
2.0.5 October 27, 2006 Ronan Boren Changelog Blog 3441
2.0.6 January 5, 2007 Changelog Blog 3441
2.0.7 January 15, 2007 Changelog Blog 3441
2.0.8 February 8, 2007 Changelog No blog 3441
2.0.9 February 21, 2007 Changelog Blog 3441
2.0.10 April 3, 2007 Changelog Blog 3441
2.0.11 August 5, 2007 Changelog Blog 3441
2.1 January 22, 2007 Ella Fitzgerald Changelog Blog 4772
2.1.1 February 21, 2007 Changelog Blog 4773
2.1.2 March 2, 2007 Changelog Blog 4773
2.1.3 April 3, 2007 Changelog Blog 4773
2.2 May 16, 2007 Stan Getz Changelog Blog 5183
2.2.1 June 21, 2007 Changelog Blog 5183
2.2.2 August 5, 2007 Changelog Blog 5183
2.2.3 September 8, 2007 Changelog Blog 5183
2.3 September 24, 2007 Dexter Gordon Changelog Blog 6124
2.3.1 October 26, 2007 Changelog Blog 6124
2.3.2 December 29, 2007 Changelog Blog 6124
2.3.3 February 5, 2008 Changelog Blog 6124
2.5 March 29, 2008 Michael Brecker Changelog Blog 7558
2.5.1 April 25, 2008 Changelog Blog 7796
2.6 July 15, 2008 McCoy Tyner Changelog Blog 8201
2.6.1 August 15, 2008 Changelog Blog 8204
2.6.2 September 8, 2008 Changelog Blog 8204
2.6.3 October 23, 2008 Changelog Blog 8204
2.6.5 November 25, 2008 Changelog Blog 8204
2.7 December 10, 2008 John Coltrane Changelog Blog 9872
2.7.1 February 10, 2009 Changelog Blog 9872
2.8 June 10, 2009 Chet Baker Changelog Blog 11548
2.8.1 July 9, 2009 Changelog Blog 11548
2.8.2 July 20, 2009 Changelog Blog 11548
2.8.3 August 3, 2009 Changelog Blog 11548
2.8.4 August 12, 2009 Changelog Blog 11548
2.8.5 October 20, 2009 Changelog Blog 11548
2.8.6 November 12, 2009 Changelog Blog 11548
2.9 December 18, 2009 Carmen McRae Changelog Blog 12329
2.9.1 January 4, 2010 Changelog Blog 12329
2.9.2 February 15, 2010 Changelog Blog 12329
3.0 June 17, 2010 Thelonious Monk Changelog Blog 15260
3.0.1 July 29, 2010 Changelog Blog 15477
3.0.2 November 30, 2010 Changelog Blog 15477
3.0.3 December 8, 2010 Changelog Blog 15477
3.0.4 December 29, 2010 Changelog Blog 15477
3.0.5 February 7, 2011 Changelog Blog 15477
3.0.6 April 26, 2011 Changelog No blog 15477
3.1 February 23, 2011 Django Reinhardt Changelog Blog 17056
3.1.1 April 5, 2011 Changelog Blog 17516
3.1.2 April 26, 2011 Changelog Blog 17516
3.1.3 May 25, 2011 Changelog Blog 17516
3.1.4 June 29, 2011 Changelog Blog 17516
3.2 July 4, 2011 George Gershwin Changelog Blog 18226
3.2.1 July 12, 2011 Changelog Blog 18226
3.3 December 12, 2011 Sonny Stitt Changelog Blog 19470
3.3.1 January 3, 2012 Changelog Blog 19470
3.3.2 April 20, 2012 Changelog Blog 19470
3.3.3 June 27, 2012 Changelog No blog 19470
3.4 June 13, 2012 Grant Green Changelog Blog 20596
3.4.1 June 27, 2012 Changelog Blog 21115
3.4.2 September 6, 2012 Changelog Blog 21707
3.5 December 11, 2012 Elvin Jones Changelog Blog 22441
3.5.1 January 24, 2013 Changelog Blog 22441
3.5.2 June 21, 2013 Changelog Blog 22442
3.6 August 1, 2013 Oscar Peterson Changelog Blog 24448
3.6.1 September 11, 2013 Changelog Blog 24448
3.7 October 24, 2013 Count Basie Changelog Blog 25824
3.7.1 October 29, 2013 Changelog Blog 25824
3.7.2 April 8, 2014 Changelog Blog 26148
3.7.3 April 14, 2014 Changelog Blog 26149
3.7.4 August 6, 2014 Changelog Blog 26149
3.7.5 November 20, 2014 Changelog Blog 26149
3.7.6 April 21, 2015 Changelog Blog 26149
3.7.7 April 23, 2015 Changelog No blog 26149
3.7.8 May 7, 2015 Changelog Blog 26151
3.7.9 July 23, 2015 Changelog Blog 26151
3.7.10 August 4, 2015 Changelog Blog 26151
3.7.11 September 15, 2015 Changelog Blog 26151
3.7.12 January 6, 2016 Changelog Blog 26151
3.7.13 February 2, 2016 Changelog Blog 26151
3.7.14 May 6, 2016 Changelog Blog 26151
3.7.15 June 21, 2016 Changelog Blog 26151
3.7.16 September 7, 2016 Changelog Blog 26151
3.7.17 January 11, 2017 Changelog Blog 26151
3.7.18 January 26, 2017 Changelog Blog 26151
3.7.19 March 6, 2017 Changelog Blog 26151
3.7.20 April 20, 2017 Changelog Blog 26151
3.7.21 May 16, 2017 Changelog Blog 26151
3.7.22 September 19, 2017 Changelog Blog 26151
3.7.23 October 31, 2017 Changelog Blog 26151
3.7.24 November 29, 2017 Changelog Blog 26151
3.7.25 January 16, 2018 Changelog Blog 26151
3.7.26 April 3, 2018 Changelog Blog 26151
3.7.27 July 5, 2018 Changelog Blog 26151
3.7.28 December 12, 2018 Changelog Blog 26151
3.7.29 March 13, 2019 Changelog Blog 26151
3.7.30 September 4, 2019 Changelog Blog 26151
3.7.31 October 14, 2019 Changelog Blog 26151
3.7.32 December 12, 2019 Changelog Blog 26151
3.7.33 April 29, 2020 Changelog Blog 26151
3.7.34 June 10, 2020 Changelog Blog 26151
3.7.35 October 29, 2020 Changelog Blog 48748
3.7.36 May 12, 2021 Changelog Blog 48748
3.8 December 12, 2013 Charlie Parker Changelog Blog 26691
3.8.1 January 23, 2014 Changelog Blog 26691
3.8.2 April 8, 2014 Changelog Blog 26691
3.8.3 April 14, 2014 Changelog Blog 26692
3.8.4 August 6, 2014 Changelog Blog 26692
3.8.5 November 20, 2014 Changelog Blog 26692
3.8.6 April 21, 2015 Changelog Blog 26692
3.8.7 April 23, 2015 Changelog No blog 26692
3.8.8 May 7, 2015 Changelog Blog 26694
3.8.9 July 23, 2015 Changelog Blog 26694
3.8.10 August 4, 2015 Changelog Blog 26694
3.8.11 September 15, 2015 Changelog Blog 26694
3.8.12 January 6, 2016 Changelog Blog 26694
3.8.13 February 2, 2016 Changelog Blog 26694
3.8.14 May 6, 2016 Changelog Blog 26694
3.8.15 June 21, 2016 Changelog Blog 26694
3.8.16 September 7, 2016 Changelog Blog 26694
3.8.17 January 11, 2017 Changelog Blog 26694
3.8.18 January 26, 2017 Changelog Blog 26694
3.8.19 March 6, 2017 Changelog Blog 26694
3.8.20 April 20, 2017 Changelog Blog 26694
3.8.21 May 16, 2017 Changelog Blog 26694
3.8.22 September 19, 2017 Changelog Blog 26694
3.8.23 October 31, 2017 Changelog Blog 26694
3.8.24 November 29, 2017 Changelog Blog 26694
3.8.25 January 16, 2018 Changelog Blog 26694
3.8.26 April 3, 2018 Changelog Blog 26694
3.8.27 July 5, 2018 Changelog Blog 26694
3.8.28 December 12, 2018 Changelog Blog 26694
3.8.29 March 13, 2019 Changelog Blog 26694
3.8.30 September 4, 2019 Changelog Blog 26694
3.8.31 October 14, 2019 Changelog Blog 26694
3.8.32 December 12, 2019 Changelog Blog 26694
3.8.33 April 29, 2020 Changelog Blog 26694
3.8.34 June 10, 2020 Changelog Blog 26694
3.8.35 October 29, 2020 Changelog Blog 48748
3.8.36 May 12, 2021 Changelog Blog 48748
3.9 April 16, 2014 Jimmy Smith Changelog Blog 27916
3.9.1 May 8, 2014 Changelog Blog 27916
3.9.2 August 6, 2014 Changelog Blog 27916
3.9.3 November 20, 2014 Changelog Blog 27916
3.9.4 April 21, 2015 Changelog Blog 27916
3.9.5 April 23, 2015 Changelog No blog 27916
3.9.6 May 7, 2015 Changelog Blog 27918
3.9.7 July 23, 2015 Changelog Blog 27918
3.9.8 August 4, 2015 Changelog Blog 27918
3.9.9 September 15, 2015 Changelog Blog 27918
3.9.10 January 6, 2016 Changelog Blog 27918
3.9.11 February 2, 2016 Changelog Blog 27918
3.9.12 May 6, 2016 Changelog Blog 27918
3.9.13 June 21, 2016 Changelog Blog 27918
3.9.14 September 7, 2016 Changelog Blog 27918
3.9.15 January 11, 2017 Changelog Blog 27918
3.9.16 January 26, 2017 Changelog Blog 27918
3.9.17 March 6, 2017 Changelog Blog 27918
3.9.18 April 20, 2017 Changelog Blog 27918
3.9.19 May 16, 2017 Changelog Blog 27918
3.9.20 September 19, 2017 Changelog Blog 27918
3.9.21 October 31, 2017 Changelog Blog 27918
3.9.22 November 29, 2017 Changelog Blog 27918
3.9.23 January 16, 2018 Changelog Blog 27918
3.9.24 April 3, 2018 Changelog Blog 27918
3.9.25 July 5, 2018 Changelog Blog 27918
3.9.26 December 12, 2018 Changelog Blog 27918
3.9.27 March 13, 2019 Changelog Blog 27918
3.9.28 September 4, 2019 Changelog Blog 27918
3.9.29 October 14, 2019 Changelog Blog 27918
3.9.30 December 12, 2019 Changelog Blog 27918
3.9.31 April 29, 2020 Changelog Blog 27918
3.9.32 June 10, 2020 Changelog Blog 27918
3.9.33 October 29, 2020 Changelog Blog 48748
3.9.34 May 12, 2021 Changelog Blog 48748
4.0 September 4, 2014 Benny Goodman Changelog Blog 29630
4.0.1 November 20, 2014 Changelog Blog 29630
4.0.2 April 21, 2015 Changelog Blog 29630
4.0.3 April 23, 2015 Changelog No blog 29630
4.0.4 April 27, 2015 Changelog Blog 29631
4.0.5 May 7, 2015 Changelog Blog 29632
4.0.6 July 23, 2015 Changelog Blog 29632
4.0.7 August 4, 2015 Changelog Blog 29632
4.0.8 September 15, 2015 Changelog Blog 29632
4.0.9 January 6, 2016 Changelog Blog 29632
4.0.10 February 2, 2016 Changelog Blog 29632
4.0.11 May 6, 2016 Changelog Blog 29632
4.0.12 June 21, 2016 Changelog Blog 29632
4.0.13 September 7, 2016 Changelog Blog 29632
4.0.14 January 11, 2017 Changelog Blog 29632
4.0.15 January 26, 2017 Changelog Blog 29632
4.0.16 March 6, 2017 Changelog Blog 29632
4.0.17 April 20, 2017 Changelog Blog 29632
4.0.18 May 16, 2017 Changelog Blog 29632
4.0.19 September 19, 2017 Changelog Blog 29632
4.0.20 October 31, 2017 Changelog Blog 29632
4.0.21 November 29, 2017 Changelog Blog 29632
4.0.22 January 16, 2018 Changelog Blog 29632
4.0.23 April 3, 2018 Changelog Blog 29632
4.0.24 July 5, 2018 Changelog Blog 29632
4.0.25 December 12, 2018 Changelog Blog 29632
4.0.26 March 13, 2019 Changelog Blog 29632
4.0.27 September 4, 2019 Changelog Blog 29632
4.0.28 October 14, 2019 Changelog Blog 29632
4.0.29 December 12, 2019 Changelog Blog 29632
4.0.30 April 29, 2020 Changelog Blog 29632
4.0.31 June 10, 2020 Changelog Blog 29632
4.0.32 October 29, 2020 Changelog Blog 48748
4.0.33 May 12, 2021 Changelog Blog 48748
4.1 December 17, 2014 Dinah Washington Changelog Blog 30133
4.1.1 February 18, 2015 Changelog Blog 30133
4.1.2 April 21, 2015 Changelog Blog 30133
4.1.3 April 23, 2015 Changelog No blog 30133
4.1.4 April 27, 2015 Changelog Blog 30134
4.1.5 May 7, 2015 Changelog Blog 30135
4.1.6 July 23, 2015 Changelog Blog 30135
4.1.7 August 4, 2015 Changelog Blog 30135
4.1.8 September 15, 2015 Changelog Blog 30135
4.1.9 January 6, 2016 Changelog Blog 30135
4.1.10 February 2, 2016 Changelog Blog 30135
4.1.11 May 6, 2016 Changelog Blog 30135
4.1.12 June 21, 2016 Changelog Blog 30135
4.1.13 September 7, 2016 Changelog Blog 30135
4.1.14 January 11, 2017 Changelog Blog 30135
4.1.15 January 26, 2017 Changelog Blog 30135
4.1.16 March 6, 2017 Changelog Blog 30135
4.1.17 April 20, 2017 Changelog Blog 30135
4.1.18 May 16, 2017 Changelog Blog 30135
4.1.19 September 19, 2017 Changelog Blog 30135
4.1.20 October 31, 2017 Changelog Blog 30135
4.1.21 November 29, 2017 Changelog Blog 30135
4.1.22 January 16, 2018 Changelog Blog 30135
4.1.23 April 3, 2018 Changelog Blog 30135
4.1.24 July 5, 2018 Changelog Blog 30135
4.1.25 December 12, 2018 Changelog Blog 30135
4.1.26 March 13, 2019 Changelog Blog 30135
4.1.27 September 4, 2019 Changelog Blog 30135
4.1.28 October 14, 2019 Changelog Blog 30135
4.1.29 December 12, 2019 Changelog Blog 30135
4.1.30 April 29, 2020 Changelog Blog 30135
4.1.31 June 10, 2020 Changelog Blog 30135
4.1.32 October 29, 2020 Changelog Blog 48748
4.1.33 May 12, 2021 Changelog Blog 48748
4.2 April 23, 2015 Bud Powell Changelog Blog 31532
4.2.1 April 27, 2015 Changelog Blog 31533
4.2.2 May 7, 2015 Changelog Blog 31535
4.2.3 July 23, 2015 Changelog Blog 31536
4.2.4 August 4, 2015 Changelog Blog 31536
4.2.5 September 15, 2015 Changelog Blog 31536
4.2.6 January 6, 2016 Changelog Blog 31536
4.2.7 February 2, 2016 Changelog Blog 31536
4.2.8 May 6, 2016 Changelog Blog 31536
4.2.9 June 21, 2016 Changelog Blog 31536
4.2.10 September 7, 2016 Changelog Blog 31536
4.2.11 January 11, 2017 Changelog Blog 31536
4.2.12 January 26, 2017 Changelog Blog 31536
4.2.13 March 6, 2017 Changelog Blog 31536
4.2.14 April 20, 2017 Changelog Blog 31536
4.2.15 May 16, 2017 Changelog Blog 31536
4.2.16 September 19, 2017 Changelog Blog 31536
4.2.17 October 31, 2017 Changelog Blog 31536
4.2.18 November 29, 2017 Changelog Blog 31536
4.2.19 January 16, 2018 Changelog Blog 31536
4.2.20 April 3, 2018 Changelog Blog 31536
4.2.21 July 5, 2018 Changelog Blog 31536
4.2.22 December 12, 2018 Changelog Blog 31536
4.2.23 March 13, 2019 Changelog Blog 31536
4.2.24 September 4, 2019 Changelog Blog 31536
4.2.25 October 14, 2019 Changelog Blog 31536
4.2.26 December 12, 2019 Changelog Blog 31536
4.2.27 April 29, 2020 Changelog Blog 31536
4.2.28 June 10, 2020 Changelog Blog 31536
4.2.29 October 29, 2020 Changelog Blog 48748
4.2.30 May 12, 2021 Changelog Blog 48748
4.3 August 18, 2015 Billie Holiday Changelog Blog 33055
4.3.1 September 15, 2015 Changelog Blog 33056
4.3.2 January 6, 2016 Changelog Blog 33056
4.3.3 February 2, 2016 Changelog Blog 33056
4.3.4 May 6, 2016 Changelog Blog 33056
4.3.5 June 21, 2016 Changelog Blog 33056
4.3.6 September 7, 2016 Changelog Blog 33056
4.3.7 January 11, 2017 Changelog Blog 33056
4.3.8 January 26, 2017 Changelog Blog 33056
4.3.9 March 6, 2017 Changelog Blog 33056
4.3.10 April 20, 2017 Changelog Blog 33056
4.3.11 May 16, 2017 Changelog Blog 33056
4.3.12 September 19, 2017 Changelog Blog 33056
4.3.13 October 31, 2017 Changelog Blog 33056
4.3.14 November 29, 2017 Changelog Blog 33056
4.3.15 January 16, 2018 Changelog Blog 33056
4.3.16 April 3, 2018 Changelog Blog 33056
4.3.17 July 5, 2018 Changelog Blog 33056
4.3.18 December 12, 2018 Changelog Blog 33056
4.3.19 March 13, 2019 Changelog Blog 33056
4.3.20 September 4, 2019 Changelog Blog 33056
4.3.21 October 14, 2019 Changelog Blog 33056
4.3.22 December 12, 2019 Changelog Blog 33056
4.3.23 April 29, 2020 Changelog Blog 33056
4.3.24 June 10, 2020 Changelog Blog 33056
4.3.25 October 29, 2020 Changelog Blog 48748
4.3.26 May 12, 2021 Changelog Blog 48748
4.4 December 8, 2015 Clifford Brown Changelog Blog 35700
4.4.1 January 6, 2016 Changelog Blog 35700
4.4.2 February 2, 2016 Changelog Blog 35700
4.4.3 May 6, 2016 Changelog Blog 35700
4.4.4 June 21, 2016 Changelog Blog 35700
4.4.5 September 7, 2016 Changelog Blog 35700
4.4.6 January 11, 2017 Changelog Blog 35700
4.4.7 January 26, 2017 Changelog Blog 35700
4.4.8 March 6, 2017 Changelog Blog 35700
4.4.9 April 20, 2017 Changelog Blog 35700
4.4.10 May 16, 2017 Changelog Blog 35700
4.4.11 September 19, 2017 Changelog Blog 35700
4.4.12 October 31, 2017 Changelog Blog 35700
4.4.13 November 29, 2017 Changelog Blog 35700
4.4.14 January 16, 2018 Changelog Blog 35700
4.4.15 April 3, 2018 Changelog Blog 35700
4.4.16 July 5, 2018 Changelog Blog 35700
4.4.17 December 12, 2018 Changelog Blog 35700
4.4.18 March 13, 2019 Changelog Blog 35700
4.4.19 September 4, 2019 Changelog Blog 35700
4.4.20 October 14, 2019 Changelog Blog 35700
4.4.21 December 12, 2019 Changelog Blog 35700
4.4.22 April 29, 2020 Changelog Blog 35700
4.4.23 June 10, 2020 Changelog Blog 35700
4.4.24 October 29, 2020 Changelog Blog 48748
4.4.25 May 12, 2021 Changelog Blog 48748
4.5 April 12, 2016 Coleman Hawkins Changelog Blog 36686
4.5.1 April 26, 2016 Changelog Blog 36686
4.5.2 May 6, 2016 Changelog Blog 36686
4.5.3 June 21, 2016 Changelog Blog 36686
4.5.4 September 7, 2016 Changelog Blog 36686
4.5.5 January 11, 2017 Changelog Blog 36686
4.5.6 January 26, 2017 Changelog Blog 36686
4.5.7 March 6, 2017 Changelog Blog 36686
4.5.8 April 20, 2017 Changelog Blog 36686
4.5.9 May 16, 2017 Changelog Blog 36686
4.5.10 September 19, 2017 Changelog Blog 36686
4.5.11 October 31, 2017 Changelog Blog 36686
4.5.12 November 29, 2017 Changelog Blog 36686
4.5.13 January 16, 2018 Changelog Blog 36686
4.5.14 April 3, 2018 Changelog Blog 36686
4.5.15 July 5, 2018 Changelog Blog 36686
4.5.16 December 12, 2018 Changelog Blog 36686
4.5.17 March 13, 2019 Changelog Blog 36686
4.5.18 September 4, 2019 Changelog Blog 36686
4.5.19 October 14, 2019 Changelog Blog 36686
4.5.20 December 12, 2019 Changelog Blog 36686
4.5.21 April 29, 2020 Changelog Blog 36686
4.5.22 June 10, 2020 Changelog Blog 36686
4.5.23 October 29, 2020 Changelog Blog 48748
4.5.24 May 12, 2021 Changelog Blog 48748
4.6 August 16, 2016 Pepper Adams Changelog Blog 37965
4.6.1 September 7, 2016 Changelog Blog 37965
4.6.2 January 11, 2017 Changelog Blog 37965
4.6.3 January 26, 2017 Changelog Blog 37965
4.6.4 March 6, 2017 Changelog Blog 37965
4.6.5 April 20, 2017 Changelog Blog 37965
4.6.6 May 16, 2017 Changelog Blog 37965
4.6.7 September 19, 2017 Changelog Blog 37965
4.6.8 October 31, 2017 Changelog Blog 37965
4.6.9 November 29, 2017 Changelog Blog 37965
4.6.10 January 16, 2018 Changelog Blog 37965
4.6.11 April 3, 2018 Changelog Blog 37965
4.6.12 July 5, 2018 Changelog Blog 37965
4.6.13 December 12, 2018 Changelog Blog 37965
4.6.14 March 13, 2019 Changelog Blog 37965
4.6.15 September 4, 2019 Changelog Blog 37965
4.6.16 October 14, 2019 Changelog Blog 37965
4.6.17 December 12, 2019 Changelog Blog 37965
4.6.18 April 29, 2020 Changelog Blog 37965
4.6.19 June 10, 2020 Changelog Blog 37965
4.6.20 October 29, 2020 Changelog Blog 48748
4.6.21 May 12, 2021 Changelog Blog 48748
4.7 December 6, 2016 Sarah "Sassy" Vaughan Changelog Blog 38590
4.7.1 January 11, 2017 Changelog Blog 38590
4.7.2 January 26, 2017 Changelog Blog 38590
4.7.3 March 6, 2017 Changelog Blog 38590
4.7.4 April 20, 2017 Changelog Blog 38590
4.7.5 May 16, 2017 Changelog Blog 38590
4.7.6 September 19, 2017 Changelog Blog 38590
4.7.7 October 31, 2017 Changelog Blog 38590
4.7.8 November 29, 2017 Changelog Blog 38590
4.7.9 January 16, 2018 Changelog Blog 38590
4.7.10 April 3, 2018 Changelog Blog 38590
4.7.11 July 5, 2018 Changelog Blog 38590
4.7.12 December 12, 2018 Changelog Blog 38590
4.7.13 March 13, 2019 Changelog Blog 38590
4.7.14 September 4, 2019 Changelog Blog 38590
4.7.15 October 14, 2019 Changelog Blog 38590
4.7.16 December 12, 2019 Changelog Blog 38590
4.7.17 April 29, 2020 Changelog Blog 38590
4.7.18 June 10, 2020 Changelog Blog 38590
4.7.19 October 29, 2020 Changelog Blog 48748
4.7.20 April 14, 2021 Changelog Blog 48748
4.7.21 May 12, 2021 Changelog Blog 48748
4.8 June 8, 2017 William John "Bill" Evans Changelog Blog 38590
4.8.1 August 2, 2017 Changelog Blog 38590
4.8.2 September 19, 2017 Changelog Blog 38590
4.8.3 October 31, 2017 Changelog Blog 38590
4.8.4 November 29, 2017 Changelog Blog 38590
4.8.5 January 16, 2018 Changelog Blog 38590
4.8.6 April 3, 2018 Changelog Blog 38590
4.8.7 July 5, 2018 Changelog Blog 38590
4.8.8 December 12, 2018 Changelog Blog 38590
4.8.9 March 13, 2019 Changelog Blog 38590
4.8.10 September 4, 2019 Changelog Blog 38590
4.8.11 October 14, 2019 Changelog Blog 38590
4.8.12 December 12, 2019 Changelog Blog 38590
4.8.13 April 29, 2020 Changelog Blog 38590
4.8.14 June 10, 2020 Changelog Blog 38590
4.8.15 October 29, 2020 Changelog Blog 48748
4.8.16 April 14, 2021 Changelog Blog 48748
4.8.17 May 12, 2021 Changelog Blog 48748
4.9 November 15, 2017 Billy Tipton Changelog Blog 38590
4.9.1 November 29, 2017 Changelog Blog 38590
4.9.2 January 16, 2018 Changelog Blog 38590
4.9.3 February 5, 2018 Changelog Blog 38590
4.9.4 February 6, 2018 Changelog Blog 38590
4.9.5 April 3, 2018 Changelog Blog 38590
4.9.6 May 17, 2018 Changelog Blog 38590
4.9.7 July 5, 2018 Changelog Blog 38590
4.9.8 August 2, 2018 Changelog Blog 38590
4.9.9 December 12, 2018 Changelog Blog 38590
4.9.10 March 13, 2019 Changelog Blog 38590
4.9.11 September 4, 2019 Changelog Blog 38590
4.9.12 October 14, 2019 Changelog Blog 38590
4.9.13 December 12, 2019 Changelog Blog 38590
4.9.14 April 29, 2020 Changelog Blog 38590
4.9.15 June 10, 2020 Changelog Blog 38590
4.9.16 October 29, 2020 Changelog Blog 48748
4.9.17 April 14, 2021 Changelog Blog 48748
4.9.18 May 12, 2021 Changelog Blog 48748
5.0 December 6, 2018 Bebo Valdés Changelog Blog 43764
5.0.1 December 12, 2018 Changelog Blog 43764
5.0.2 December 19, 2018 Changelog Blog 43764
5.0.3 January 9, 2019 Changelog Blog 43764
5.0.4 May 21, 2019 Changelog Blog 43764
5.0.6 September 4, 2019 Changelog Blog 43764
5.0.7 October 14, 2019 Changelog Blog 43764
5.0.8 December 12, 2019 Changelog Blog 43764
5.0.9 April 29, 2020 Changelog Blog 43764
5.0.10 June 10, 2020 Changelog Blog 43764
5.0.11 October 29, 2020 Changelog Blog 48748
5.0.12 April 14, 2021 Changelog Blog 48748
5.0.13 May 12, 2021 Changelog Blog 48748
5.1 February 21, 2019 Betty Carter Changelog Blog 44719
5.1.1 March 13, 2019 Changelog Blog 44719
5.1.2 September 4, 2019 Changelog Blog 44719
5.1.3 October 14, 2019 Changelog Blog 44719
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5.3 November 12, 2019 Rahsaan Roland Kirk Changelog Blog 45805
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Birthdays in History

    James Henry Lane, US General during Civil War (Union) and Senator (Kansas), born in Lawrenceburg, Indiana (d. 1866) Tom Dula, American folk character (Tom Dooley) (d. 1868) N. Howell Furman, American Chemist whose work on separating uranium contributed to the development of the atomic bomb Francis C Denebrink, US Naval officer (WW I, WW II, Korea)

John Dillinger

1903 John Dillinger, Notorious American bank robber, born in Indianapolis, Indiana (d. 1934)

Anne Morrow Lindbergh

1906 Anne Morrow Lindbergh, American author and aviator (Gift from the Sea), born in Englewood, New Jersey (d. 2001)

Elizabeth Warren

1949 Elizabeth Warren, American academic and US Senator (D-Massachusetts 2013-), born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

    Charles T Canady, (Rep-R-Florida) Erin Brockovich, American legal clerk and environmental campaigner, born in Lawrence, Kansas

Dan Brown

1964 Dan Brown, American author of thriller fiction (The Da Vinci Code), born in Exeter, New Hampshire


Mother Nature: Setting Records in La Crosse

Weather is undeniably one of the most popular topics of conversation. We regularly question what weather is in store for us in the next several hours, days, or even weeks. We often complain about it. And, on occasion, we wonder if we’ve just experienced an all-time high or low. Thanks to the detailed documentation by the National Weather Service (NWS) here in La Crosse, we can easily determine that. Since the first weather observation was taken in La Crosse in October of 1872, the NWS has been tracking Mother Nature’s feats.

For example, during the past holiday season, we experienced a 13-day stretch with temperatures below 20°, which also occurred in 1918, 1982, and 2000. That 13-day stretch (December 25, 2017-January 6, 2018), with an average temperature of 0.8°, was the coldest 13-day period since Feb. 6, 1966. On the other hand, temperatures skyrocketed to 65° on Nov. 24, 2017 (Black Friday) and surpassed the 1931 record of 62°.

Here are some other extreme records that may be of interest:

TEMPERATURE

Hottest Day: 108° on July 14, 1936 as well as July 13, 1995

Coldest Day: -43° on Jan. 18, 1873, and -42° on Jan. 21, 1888

Warmest Month: July 1936 with a mean temperature of 79.5°

Coldest Month: Jan. 1912 with a mean temperature of -1.1°

Consecutive Days with Temperatures below Freezing (32°): 52 days from Dec. 30, 1978 to Feb. 19, 1979

SNOW ACCUMULATION

Snowiest Season: 1961-1962 (While total snowfall for the 1958-1959 winter reached 78.3”, the 1961-1962 winter claimed .4” more for a total of 78.7”.)

Earliest First Inch of Snow: 1.2” on Oct. 18, 1991

Latest Trace of Snow: 0.2” on May 28, 1947

Snowiest Day: 16.7” on Dec. 7, 1927

Even though this headline exaggerates the 16.7”, it was a storm of great proportions. The article reports that a trolley singlehandedly rescued three trucks that were stuck in the high snow drifts. Train traffic was also significantly slowed. Rumor was that it took one Burlington train 2 ½ hours to travel from Grand Crossing on the North side to the South side depot (four miles), even with assistance from five other engines. It was believed that the slowed train traffic might result in fewer available Christmas trees.

Largest Two-Day Snowfall: 18.8” on March 5-6, 1959

The 1958-59 winter is one of the snowiest ones on record. Residents had truly “HAD IT!” by March 5-6 with a reported dumping of 18” at the La Crosse airport and 22” at the Southeast end of the city. The article reports that there were not enough snowplows to manhandle the snow, and, while Highway 14/16 were cleared to the county lines, no other highway travel was possible. In addition, this was the first time that La Crosse closed all of its public and parochial schools.

Wettest Year: 1881 with 44.74”

Driest Year: 1910 with 16.77”

Rainiest Day: 5.55” on Sept. 6, 1884

TORNADIC EVENTS

Worst Tornado: an F4 (An F5 is the most severe.) on June 6, 1906

According to the weather observer’s notes, this early evening, 55-mile long tornado started near Burr Oak , IA, passed through Reno, MN, crossed the Mississippi at Stoddard, and was last observed in Portland about twelve miles south of La Crosse in the Town of Washington. Traveling 25 miles per hour, the tornado killed four persons, injured 18, and resulted in $70,000 worth of property loss.

This account in the La Crosse Leader-Press verifies the death toll. A relief train that started in Stoddard and continued along the path of the storm found one Stoddard farmer dead in the road. Also among the deceased were two brothers, aged 12 and 15, from St. Joseph’s Ridge as well as a woman residing between Freeburg and Caledonia, MN.

If you are interested in discovering more of Mother’s Nature’s local “claims to fame,” you can click on this link to the National Weather Service. To see photos and/or newspaper articles of extreme weather events, visit the Archives Department at the La Crosse Public Library at 800 Main St. Daily weather observations are also available from 1872-1947.


Mother Nature: Setting Records in La Crosse

Weather is undeniably one of the most popular topics of conversation. We regularly question what weather is in store for us in the next several hours, days, or even weeks. We often complain about it. And, on occasion, we wonder if we’ve just experienced an all-time high or low. Thanks to the detailed documentation by the National Weather Service (NWS) here in La Crosse, we can easily determine that. Since the first weather observation was taken in La Crosse in October of 1872, the NWS has been tracking Mother Nature’s feats.

For example, during the past holiday season, we experienced a 13-day stretch with temperatures below 20°, which also occurred in 1918, 1982, and 2000. That 13-day stretch (December 25, 2017-January 6, 2018), with an average temperature of 0.8°, was the coldest 13-day period since Feb. 6, 1966. On the other hand, temperatures skyrocketed to 65° on Nov. 24, 2017 (Black Friday) and surpassed the 1931 record of 62°.

Here are some other extreme records that may be of interest:

TEMPERATURE

Hottest Day: 108° on July 14, 1936 as well as July 13, 1995

Coldest Day: -43° on Jan. 18, 1873, and -42° on Jan. 21, 1888

Warmest Month: July 1936 with a mean temperature of 79.5°

Coldest Month: Jan. 1912 with a mean temperature of -1.1°

Consecutive Days with Temperatures below Freezing (32°): 52 days from Dec. 30, 1978 to Feb. 19, 1979

SNOW ACCUMULATION

Snowiest Season: 1961-1962 (While total snowfall for the 1958-1959 winter reached 78.3”, the 1961-1962 winter claimed .4” more for a total of 78.7”.)

Earliest First Inch of Snow: 1.2” on Oct. 18, 1991

Latest Trace of Snow: 0.2” on May 28, 1947

Snowiest Day: 16.7” on Dec. 7, 1927

Even though this headline exaggerates the 16.7”, it was a storm of great proportions. The article reports that a trolley singlehandedly rescued three trucks that were stuck in the high snow drifts. Train traffic was also significantly slowed. Rumor was that it took one Burlington train 2 ½ hours to travel from Grand Crossing on the North side to the South side depot (four miles), even with assistance from five other engines. It was believed that the slowed train traffic might result in fewer available Christmas trees.

Largest Two-Day Snowfall: 18.8” on March 5-6, 1959

The 1958-59 winter is one of the snowiest ones on record. Residents had truly “HAD IT!” by March 5-6 with a reported dumping of 18” at the La Crosse airport and 22” at the Southeast end of the city. The article reports that there were not enough snowplows to manhandle the snow, and, while Highway 14/16 were cleared to the county lines, no other highway travel was possible. In addition, this was the first time that La Crosse closed all of its public and parochial schools.

Wettest Year: 1881 with 44.74”

Driest Year: 1910 with 16.77”

Rainiest Day: 5.55” on Sept. 6, 1884

TORNADIC EVENTS

Worst Tornado: an F4 (An F5 is the most severe.) on June 6, 1906

According to the weather observer’s notes, this early evening, 55-mile long tornado started near Burr Oak , IA, passed through Reno, MN, crossed the Mississippi at Stoddard, and was last observed in Portland about twelve miles south of La Crosse in the Town of Washington. Traveling 25 miles per hour, the tornado killed four persons, injured 18, and resulted in $70,000 worth of property loss.

This account in the La Crosse Leader-Press verifies the death toll. A relief train that started in Stoddard and continued along the path of the storm found one Stoddard farmer dead in the road. Also among the deceased were two brothers, aged 12 and 15, from St. Joseph’s Ridge as well as a woman residing between Freeburg and Caledonia, MN.

If you are interested in discovering more of Mother’s Nature’s local “claims to fame,” you can click on this link to the National Weather Service. To see photos and/or newspaper articles of extreme weather events, visit the Archives Department at the La Crosse Public Library at 800 Main St. Daily weather observations are also available from 1872-1947.


The national debt under Trump

When Trump took office in January 2017, the national debt was $19.9 trillion, according to data published on Treasury Direct by the Treasury Department’s Bureau of Fiscal Services.

During the first six months of Trump's presidency, the debt actually decreased by $102 billion, but according to reporting from Snopes, there's no proof that specific actions taken by Trump's administration caused the decrease.

According to Treasury Direct — which reports the national debt data at the end of each month — in February 2019, the national debt was $22 trillion. Over the next calendar year, the debt increased by more than $1 trillion, reaching $23 trillion in February.

In September, Treasury Direct reported that the national debt reached $26.9 trillion, a significant rise in a short time as the country responded to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Treasury Direct has yet to report October's numbers, but news outlets have reported that in October of this year, the national debt is sitting at just under $27 trillion.

Using Treasury Direct's data, from the time Trump took office in January 2017 through September of this year, the national debt rose from $19.9 trillion to $26.9 trillion, which is an increase of $7 trillion in Trump's first term.


WannaCry still active, but causing fewer tears of sorrow

Despite all the publicity—not to mention the patches and best practices to help prevent it—WannaCry is still infecting systems. In March 2018, Boeing was hit with a suspected WannaCry attack. The company claimed it did little damage, however, affecting only a few production machines. Boeing was able to stop the attack and bring the affected systems back quickly.

A key reason why Boeing was able to recover so well was that patches for the vulnerabilities that WannaCry exploits were readily available. The fact that they weren’t already in place before the attack explains why WannaCry can still do damage more than a year later. Few organizations are effective at keeping up with patching.

The bigger danger today are from WannaCry variants, or more specifically, new malware based on the same EternalBlue code as Wannacry. In May 2018, ESET released research that showed detections of EternalBlue-based malware spiking past their highest level in 2017. Immediately after WannaCry, detections of EternalBlue-based attacks dropped to a few hundred a day, but steadily rose again until spiking in April.

All EternalBlue-based malware exploits the same Windows vulnerability, so the fact that these attacks are increasing suggests that plenty of unpatched Windows systems are still out there. It’s only a matter of time before an attacker finds them.

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111 Black Men And Boys Killed By Police

T he centuries-old American tradition of police shooting and killing Black males suffered an untraditional jolt in April when former cop Derek Chauvin was found guilty and convicted on all counts for murdering George Floyd by kneeling on the unarmed, handcuffed man’s neck for more than nine minutes.

But it has been a quick resumption to police normalcy with multiple fatal shootings of Black people by law enforcement since the day of Chauvin’s verdict.

Most recently, law enforcement in San Jose, California, released the video footage of Demetrius Stanley‘s fatal shooting, a 31-year-old Black man who was killed on May 31, Memorial Day. Police claim they were conducting surveillance on Stanley’s home related to an armed robbery Stanley was reportedly involved in earlier this spring.

Law enforcement officials say Stanley approached the officer’s unmarked vehicle and pointed his gun at the cops who were in plainclothes. Stanley’s family and supporters say that Stanley was protecting his home and family members after police failed to ID themselves in the unmarked vehicle, parked outside of his home. Community members have marched in the streets asking for transparency and accountability.

Stanley’s name joins a long list of other Black men and boys killed by the police, including but certainly not limited to: Tamir Rice Botham Shem Jean E.J. Bradford and Michael Brown. But two of the most recent names that can tragically be included in this deadly equation are Michael Dean, a 28-year-old father who police shot in the head on Dec. 3, 2019, and Jamee Johnson, a 22-year-old HBCU student who police shot to death after a questionable traffic stop on Dec. 14, 2019.

One of the most distressing parts of this seemingly nonstop string of police killings of Black people is the fact that more times than not, the officer involved in the shooting can hide behind the claim that they feared for their lives — even if the victim was shot in the back, as has become the case for so many deadly episodes involving law enforcement. In a handful of those cases — such as Antwon Rose, a 13-year-old boy killed in Pittsburgh, and Stephon Clark, a 22-year-old killed in Sacramento, both of whom were unarmed — the officers either avoided being criminally charged altogether or were acquitted despite damning evidence that the cops’ lives were not threatened and there was no cause for them to resort to lethal force or any violence for that matter.

Civil rights attorney Ben Crump, who has been retained in so many of these cases, described the above scenarios in his new book, “Open Season,” as the “genocide” of Black people.

As NewsOne continues covering these shootings that so often go ignored by mainstream media, the below running list (in no certain order) of Black men and boys who have been shot and killed by police under suspicious circumstances can serve as a tragic reminder of the dangers Black and brown citizens face upon being born into a world of hate that has branded them as suspects since birth.

Scroll down to learn more about the Black men and boys who have lost their lives to police violence.

1. Demetrius Stanley, 31

2. Ashton Pinke, 27

The Mesquite Police Department in Texas shot and killed Ashton Pinke on May 4 following what his family lawyer says should have been a wellness check by authorities. Instead, police claimed the 27-year-old Pinke charged at them “with a knife and a club,” purportedly leaving the officers no choice but to shoot to kill.

3. Andrew Brown, 42

Andrew Brown, of Elizabeth City, North Carolina, was killed on April 21 as Pasquotank County Sheriff’s deputies attempted to serve a search warrant.

Brown, who was unarmed and a father of 10, reportedly drove away in his car when police fired a total of six to eight shots. Brown’s family says that he did not hurt anyone prior to him being shot.

Brown’s killing came one day after the guilty verdict in the murder of George Floyd and the shooting of Ma’Khia Wright, a 16-year-old girl in Columbus, Ohio.

4. Matthew Williams, 35

Matthew Williams was killed by police on April 12, 2021, because he had a knife. However, Williams’ family rejects that narrative and has demanded the release of bodycam footage to verify police claim.

Williams died in his own home from the shooting.

The lawyer representing the family said the police are actively engaged in trying “to cover up killing a man in his own home.”

Local news outlet 11Alive reported that a witness said Williams was not armed with a knife when he was shot.

One of Williams’s five sisters said the police narrative is totally out of character for her brother.

“My brother was not violent. My brother was not confrontational,” Chyah Williams said. “He was the most caring, giving, selfless person you could ever meet.”

5. Daunte Wright, 20

Source:Twitter/@MeritLaw

Wright was killed on April 11, 2021, after officers pulled him over for displaying air fresheners on his rear-view mirror a traffic violation in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota. Police claim that after stopping Wright, they discovered a warrant for his arrest. When they attempted to detain him they claim that Wright hopped back into his car where an officer fired, fatally wounding him. The officer, Kim Potter, claimed she confused her Taser for her gun and meant to stun Wright instead of killing him. Potter was allowed to resign on her own terms before being arrested and charged with second-degree manslaughter, a charge that carries up to 10 years in prison.

6. Marvin D. Scott III, 26

Source:GoFundMe

Marvin Scott III was a 26-year-old Black man who died in police custody in Texas.

7. Kurt Reinhold, 42

Source:Getty

Reinhold was shot to death on Sept. 23, 2020 after Orange County Deputies approached him, accusing him of jaywalking.

8. McHale Rose, 19

McHale Rose, 19, was shot and killed by police in Indianapolis on May 7, 2020, after officers responded to reports of a burglary that later turned out to be untrue. The police claimed that as they arrived, they were shot at. When they returned fire, Rose was fatally struck. A prosecutor later declined to bring charges against the officers involved because they were deemed to have been defending themselves.

9. Xzavier Hill, 18

18-year-old Xzavier Hill was shot and killed by Virginia State Troopers on Jan. 9 in what police claim to be a high speed pursuit on Interstate 64. Hill’s family are advocating for the release of dashcam footage which they believe conflict the police’s account of the chain of events. Police claim that Hill refused to exit the vehicle to display his hands, accusing him of brandishing a weapon that resulted in the troopers firing the fatal shot.

10. Frederick Cox, 18

Source:Facebook/Tenicka Shannon

Frederick Cox, an 18-year-old teen from High Point, North Carolina was was fatally shot by police while attending a funeral in Nov. 2020.

11. Patrick Warren Sr.

Source:Patrick Warren Jr.

Patrick Warren Sr. was killed on Jan. 10 after an officer responded to his family’s attempt to contact mental health professionals when they noticed his behavior changing at their home in Killeen, Texas.

After the family called authorities for help and were told that a mental health worker was not available, a police officer was sent to Warren’s home instead. Warren met the officers at the front door before he asked them to leave. When the officer “refused,” Warren’s family came to the door to see him being Tasered on the ground. That’s when one of the officers shot Warren, aimed the gun at Warren’s wife, then shot Warren again, according to the press release. It was unclear how many times Warren was shot, but it was at least twice.

12. Carl Dorsey III, 39

Dorsey was shot and killed on Jan. 1, 2021 in South Orange, New Jersey, during a police confrontation. Little details are known regarding what led to the shooting. The state attorney general’s office has launched an investigation.

13. Dolal Idd, 23

Source:GoFundMe

Dolal Idd was the first police involved death in Minneapolis since George Floyd. Police claim Idd was pulled over as a felony suspect during a traffic stop on Wednesday. He died of multiple gunshot wounds after police say he fired at officers. His manner of death is homicide, according to a news release obtained by CNN. Idd’s death stirred up community concern due to the ongoing deaths of Black people at the hands of police, along with his family disputing the police’s account of events.

14. Andre’ Hill, 47

Andre’ Hill was shot and killed by Officer Adam Coy in Columbus, Ohio, on Dec. 22, 2020 while holding a cell phone. Hill is the second Black man fatally shot by city police just weeks after the tragic shooting of Casey Goodson Jr., who was killed while holding a sandwich. His case is of significance due to the fact that Coy turned off his body camera leading up to the shooting and then switched it back on directly after. City officials and activists are calling for his termination although he has been placed on temporary paid leave.

15. Joshua Feast

Joshua Feast was killed in Texas by La Marque Police Officer Jose Santos on Dec. 9, 2020. Santos shot Feast in the back while the 22-year-old Black man was running away. Santos has been involved with at least one other incident of “brutalizing” a different young Black man. The La Marque Police Department was immediately hesitant to release Sants’ bodycam footage as community residents demanding the firings of Santos and the police chief.

16. Maurice Gordon

Source:Mercury LLC

Maurice Gordon was shot and killed by a New Jersey State Trooper during a traffic stop on May 22, 2020, just days before George Floyd‘s brutal killing. Despite efforts to inform the police on multiple occasions that Gordon may be experiencing mental health issues, the 28-year-old Black man was somehow shot six times following a physical struggle that included Gordon being pepper-sprayed before he was killed. The officer has provided conflicting accounts of the shooting that was being investigated by the New Jersey Attorney General’s office.

An online petition is demanding Sgt. Randall Wetzel is charged for killing Gordon.

17. Casey Goodson Jr.

Source:Walton + Brown, LLP

Casey Goodson Jr. “was shot and killed as he unlocked his door and entered his home” in Franklin County, Ohio, on Dec. 4. A Franklin County Sheriff’s deputy working with US Marshals shot Goodson, but the 23-year-old Black man “was not a target of that task force, according to Walton + Brown, LLP, the law firm representing his family.

Police claim Goodson was brandishing a gun, but he was legally licensed to carry a concealed gun in an open-carry state.

Goodson “Casey was shot and killed as he unlocked his door and entered his home. His death was witnessed by his 72-year-old Grandmother and two toddlers who were near the door,” Walton + Brown, LLP wrote in its press release about the shooting.

18. Rodney Applewhite

Source:Ben Crump

Rodney Applewhite, 25, was shot and killed by New Mexico State Police after a traffic stop, claiming Applewhite fled the scene and attempted to disarm a police officer. His family say they’ve received little to no information regarding his Nov. 19 death, and are looking for transparency in the case. Applewhite was travelling to Arizona to spend the Thanksgiving holiday with his family.

Prior to his death Applewhite was on the path to reforming his life, working two jobs while on probation.

19. A.J. Crooms

A.J. Crooms, 16, was a passenger in a car that police tried to pull over on Nov. 13 in Cocoa, Florida. When the driver tried to drive around squad cars from the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office, officers fired at the car at close range, killing Crooms and Sincere Pierce, the 18-year-old driver.

Dashcam footage from the scene suggested there was never a direct threat to the officers’ lives, which left unanswered questions about their decision to use lethal force.

20. Sincere Pierce

Sincere Pierce, 18, was driving in Cocoa, Florida, when police tried to pull him over about “a possible stolen car.” Dashcam video shows the car tried to drive around Brevard County Office squad cars when officers fired multiple times at close range, killing both Pierce and 16-year-old passenger A.J. Crooms on Nov. 13.

The dashcam footage suggested the officers’ lives were not directly threatened and didn’t call for the use of lethal force.

21. Walter Wallace Jr.

After his family called for help, police responded and shot him dead in less than a minute after arriving. His killing was recorded on video by a bystander and showed Wallace holding a kitchen knife and ignoring officers’ orders to drop it. However, Wallace was not within striking distance of the officers and didn’t appear to threaten their lives.

Still, officers opened fire and shot at Wallace at least 12 times.

22. Marcellis Stinnette, teen killed by police in Waukegan, Illinois

Source:Twitter

Marcellis Stinnette, 19, was killed Oct. 20, 2020, in the Illinois city of Waukegan after police claimed the car he was a passenger in reversed toward the officer who shot them. However, witnesses said the police officer hit them with his car before he opened fire.

The shooting injured his girlfriend, Tafara Williams, 20, who was driving at the time.

23. Jonathan Price

Jonathan Price, 31, was killed the night of Oct. 3, 2020, at a gas station in Wolfe City, Texas, after he stopped to intervene in a domestic dispute between a woman and man. Texas Rangers said Price resisted in a “non-threatening posture and began walking away” when Officer Shaun Lucas first fired his stun gun and then fatally shot his firearm fat Price.

An affidavit said Price tried to shake Lucas’ hand before he was shot to death. Lucas has since been fired, arrested and charged with first-degree murder.


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