Archive | October 2013

Say What?! Man Who Allegedly Beat Adrian Peterson’s Son To Death Released From Jail (DETAILS)

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On Tuesday, the man who allegedly beat NFL star Adrian Peterson’stoddler son to death was released from jail.

Joseph Patterson, 27, posted a $750,000 bond and was released from Minnehaha County Jail in South Dakota. He was charged with second-degree murder after Peterson’s 2-year-old son died from injuries he sustained during a brutal beating.

Patterson was reportedly dating the child’s mother, who was not around at the time of the beating.

According to TMZ:

The bond was lowered from $1 million yesterday after Patterson pled not guilty in court. He has been charged with second degree murder and 2 counts of first degree manslaughter, as well as aggravated battery of an infant.  He has also been charged with felony child abuse.

No word on when he’s due back in court.


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#TheDLQ: Are Black Fraternities & Sororities Still Relevant? [EXCLUSIVE AUDIO]

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Some feel that Black fraternities and sororities have lost relevancy, so “The D.L. Hughley Show” team discussed the topic in #TheDLQ. Hear what Jasmine Sanders, Steve Wilson and D.L. Hughley had to say in the audio player, and hear more interesting conversations weekday afternoons right here on “The D.L. Hughley Show.”

RELATED: Which Black Comedian Always Wanted To Be In Omega Psi Phi? [EXCLUSIVE AUDIO]



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We Want Justice! Hundreds In California Protest Police For Shooting 13-Year-Old Holding Toy Gun (PHOTOS)

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Residents, friends and family of the 13-year-old boy fatally shot by police who believed his toy gun was a real AK-47 are making sure their voices are heard.

On Tuesday, hundreds gathered in Santa Rosa, California to express their sadness and outrage over the shooting that occurred last Tuesday when sheriff deputy Erick Gelhaus shot Andy Lopez Cruz dead.

Reports suggest that the deputy fired more than seven times and only gave one warning shout.

This week, we learned that Gelhaus, a 24-year veteran of the force, was a firearms instructor and a gun expert. He said he feared for his life when Lopez turned around and pointed the gun (which was a replica pellet gun) in his direction.

This isn’t the first time in the past week that a protest has been held. However on Tuesday (which was also the same day Andy’s funeral was held), protestors came…

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