People who are on Brown’s side claim that a white police officer abused his power, and a sign of race discrimination among police officers. On the day of shooting, Michael Brown and Dorian Johnson went to Ferguson Market and Liquor Store where it was reported for robbery. According to Johnson 's attorney, Freeman Bosley, Michael was involved in shoplifting(CNN). The police released the video of Brown robbing and pushing a clerk of the store from the convenience store 's security camera. Micheal Brown 's family responded to the video as a strategy of police to denigrated Brown, and
Michael Brown was a 18 year old African American that was fatally shot by a white officer by the name of Darren Wilson. Michael Brown was caught on footage stealing. Darren Wilson seen the two men that he thought matched The robbery suspects so he backed his car to block them. Officer Wilson stopped brown and brown was unarmed turned his face to officer Wilson and moved towards him. Wilson fired at brown
How Journalism Impacted the 9/11 Attack? In the twenty-first century, citizens have easy access to the news as their primary source of media. It is something ubiquitous in developed countries. One used to be able to access the news only through the newspaper, but now citizens can access it via the radio, television, and the internet. Citizens are able to acquire this knowledge through journalists, for the role of journalism is to provide coverage of events – whether it be local or global news -- and report it to the public.
The Murder Trial of Biggie Smalls Rathbone, William Unit 7 Assignment CJ 101 Wallace Biggie was one of the most powerful rappers before getting murdered in drive by shooting in March of 1997. At time he was killed the police had many theories of why he got murdered on that day. The police had multiple suspects about who did it but wasn’t sure of who or why they murdered Biggie Smalls. On that day Biggie was on his way to the hotel from the music party. When his SUV came up to the stop light, he could hear someone call his name, so he rolled his back window down to see who that’s when he was shot multiple times in the torso and then the suspects drove away from the murder.
Media distribution (viral videos), the show places footage from the radio show to several online platforms, such as YouTube and have had several viral videos. Viral videos enable audience around the world to express their own opinion and have dialogue9 with one another. They also distribute live through the television channel REVOLT. In addition, can be heard through the iHeartRadio app or website. “Breakfast Club” uses a form of media profession called citzen journalism throughout their show.
When there are high profile cases going on in the United States often tmes the full trial and sentancings are televised so that much of society can see what the repercussions are for defying a social norm. For example, the Casey Anthony trial, George Zimmerman’s trial, and many more. These people have acted against universal norms and were made
On October 31,1963 John Terry and two other men who were walking out of a store and a police officer Martin McFadden stop them. McFadden suspected them of robbing at a store and having concealed weapons. They were taken to the police station and was charged with carrying concealed weapons. According to McFadden the two men behaved in a suspicious manner when he was questioning them about the weapons which leads to the cause of the pat down searches. Richard Chilton could have possibly defended Terry about the concealed weapons just to prove to the court on how it started.
The police did not immediately identify the groups as outlaws, but rather, a bunch of wild, alcohol-fueled individuals who were causing trouble in their vicinity. Add to that, Clyde accidentally discharged a Browning Automatic Rifle. It triggered suspicions and the neighbors informed the Joplin Police District. The five-man team of policemen confronted the group on April 13 and Clyde killed Detective McGinnis and wounded the constable. They flew from the scene but left a trail of personal belongings behind them, including rolls of undeveloped films.
Most of it was caught on video and led to the increased interest of the media and the general public. It could be argued that this event marked the beginning of more “hostile” relations between police and protestors but it would definitely not mark the end. In the following weeks police would be more and more aggressive towards OWS members and even conduct big scale operations to clear the tents city in Zucotti Park; One of them being the night of November 15th. The police said the reason for this was the unhygienic conditions protestors had to live in and due to several criminal offenses committed by protestors living the camps. According to protestors, police pushed away camera crews from journalists, used tear gas and destroyed protestor’s personal property.
Newspapers were still sought after and still utilized frequently. After that TV turned into a fundamental source of assets for the mass communications. The TV was a mix of the radio and the newspaper and individuals were interested in it. In 1962, the dispatch of a satellite offered access to overall news. As technology extended