Gas Station Shooting Leaves One Dead, Another Protest Set for American University…

A gas station shooting leaves one dead…

Police in Prince George’s County are investigating the discovery of a man found shot to death in his car at an Exxon Gas Station on Silver Hill Road in Suitland. No arrests have been made. The victim’s identity has not been released.

4 pm rally planned at American University over racists acts…

Upset students at American University are planning to hold a 4 pm rally outside of the Student Union to demand that administrators do more to address campus racism. It follows students walking out of a town hall meeting on recent racist acts on campus. This morning the University released surveillance video of a person of interest in Mondays banana and noose case. There is a $1 thousand dollar reward being offered by the University for the identity of the person in the video.

The DOJ says no charges will be filed in Baton Rouge Police shooting of Alton Sterling…

The Justice Department under the new leadership of Jeff Session has decided that they will not file criminal charges against two police officer involved in the death of
a black man. 37-year-old Alton Sterling was shot multiple times while pinned on the ground by two officers last year outside of a convenience store. He was outside selling CD’s. Police say he matched a person who was threatening people with a gun, some the store owner denies. The entire incident was caught on cell phone video and sparked rallies and marches locally.

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