DC Offer Reward In Toddler Shooting Case, Huge Rally & March Against NRA Today…

DC Police release surveillance video in shooting of a toddler in N.E….

DC Police are offering a reward of up to $10-thousand dollars for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the people involved in the shooting of 13 month old this week. The shooting happened on “I” and 13th Streets in N.E.. One the newly released video you can see two men police are calling persons of interests in this case.

Hundreds expected for NRA protest and rally from Va to DC…

Hundreds are expected to take part in today’s rally and protest against the NRA’s new recruitment video. Organizers of the Women’s March on Washington and their supporters want the video taken off social media and of the NRA’s website. At 9 they will gather at the NRA’s Headquarters in Fairfax County. At Noon they will begin a 18 mile walk to the Department of Justice on Pennsylvania Avenue in NW.

U of Md student will not face hate crime charges in the death of black Bowie State student….

The white University of Maryland student arrested for the unprovoked stabbing death of a Bowie State student at the University of Maryland will not face Hate Crime charges. The prosecution says they do not have the evidence to support it despite his connection to a hate group online. Richard Collins III was stabbed as he waited for a bus at the University of Maryland earlier this year by University of Maryland student Sean Urbanski. No trial date has been set.

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