Christopher Nielsen suffered a seizure behind the wheel of his Ford Expedition and crashed it. And that was just the start of his troubles. When Longmont, Colorado, police and Boulder County sheriff's office officers arrived at the scene, they found Nielsen pacing outside the vehicle, and when he did not respond to their commands, they Tased him, five times. The county settled a claim by Nielsen for $90,000 and agreed to revise its Taser policy.
President Donald Trump and Gov. Scott Walker promised thousands of jobs in return for billions of dollars in subsidies from the state. More than two years later, there's little to show for it.
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Freed To Speak, Grand Juror Says Charges in Breonna Taylor's Death Were Never Considered, Let Alone Rejected
Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron said "the grand jury agreed" that indicting the two officers who shot Taylor was inappropriate.
Joe Biden has said plenty of regrettable things about criminal justice, but that wasn't one of them.