Civil Rights


Leader: Black Ex-Employee Sues Rockwood for Discrimination

St. Louis Agrees to Pay $5.2M to Settle Claims of Mass Arrests at Stockley Protest

Riverfront Times: St. Louis Judge Dismisses Charges Against Rev. Darryl Gray

St. Louis Public Radio: In ‘Kettling’ Case, 8th Circuit Rules Against St. Louis — Again

St. Louis Public Radio: Attorney Blasts St. Louis’ Appeal on Behalf of Cops Engaged in 2017 ‘Kettling’ Arrests

Missouri Independent: St. Louis Tries to Block Lawsuit Against Police Officers from Going to Trial

Riverfront Times: Rev. Darryl Gray Wins Right to Jury Trial in 4-Year-Old Police Abuse Case

Riverfront Times: ‘Some of the Officers Are Criminals,’ Says Attorney in Police Protest Case

St. Louis Post Dispatch: St. Louis County Settles with Man Freed from Prison for $6.6 Million

Riverfront Times: What the Verdict in the Luther Hall Beating Means for ‘Kettled’ Protesters

St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Federal Lawsuit Says St. Louis Man Beaten While Handcuffed by Breckenridge Hills Police

Riverfront Times: The Exhausting Prosecution of the Rev. Darryl Gray

Southeast Missourian: City Reaches $8 Million Settlement with David Robinson– NEED A SUBSCRIPTION TO ACCESS

Big Prairie Films via Amazon Prime, The Past Is Never Dead: A documentary on the wrongful conviction of David Robinson and his eighteen-year struggle to prove his innocence. Amazon Prime – The Past Is Never Dead

Washington University in St. Louis Project: A Systemic Change

Washington University in St. Louis Project: Everyday People Can Speak Up

St. Louis Public Radio: Local Father, Attorney Speak Out About a Ferguson Officer’s History of Abusive Policing

Riverfront Times: Nearly 350 St. Louis Cops Named in Class Action Suit 2 Years After Police ‘Kettle’

WU School of Law: Javad Khazaeli, JD ’02 Discusses His Work In Ferguson

Washington University In St. Louis Project: Story of Change, Chapter 2: ‘Policy Had a Hand in All of This’

St. Louis American: St. Louis Police Officer Charged With Felony Assault for Pepper-Spraying Protestors


Riverfront Times: Ferguson Again Sued Over Actions of Officer Eddie Boyd

St. Louis American: Off-duty Officer Allegedly Shot by Fellow Cop Files Suit, Injury Left Milton Green Disabled

Riverfront Times: A 2-Year-Old Peed in a Park; Ferguson Police Arrested Both Parents. Now They’re Suing

St. Louis American: Six New Suits Allege Police Brutality, Now-Chief Hayden was Protest Scene Commander on Night in Question

St. Louis American: Alderwoman Megan Green Sues City for Police Retaliation During Stockley Verdict Protests, Says Better First Amendment Policy is Needed

St. Louis American: St. Louis City Police Sued over Kettling Arrests During Stockley Protests, ArchCity Defenders and Khazaeli Wyrsch File 12 Suits

CBS News: Missouri Man David Robinson Free After Years in Prison for Murder He Didn’t Commit

Southeast Missourian: Robinson’s News Met with Tears, Shouts in Phone Calls After Judge’s Statement of Innocence

Southeast Missourian: Witnesses Make Claims of Officer Corruption in Box/Robinson Case – WE HAVE THIS ARTICLE IN PNG FORMAT, HOWEVER, PAGE 2 (Robinson 7-17-17b) is not legible when viewing. 

Riverfront Times: Charges Dropped for Protesters Arrested Outside Home of Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce

Southeast Missourian: Panel, Video Showing Set for Today on David Robinson Case

Riverfront Times: Lawsuit Details Police Brutality, Evidence Tampering in March 2015 Arrest of Ferguson Protesters

Washington Post: A Ride Along with Lawyers in the St. Louis Suburbs

St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Ferguson Judge Criticized as Revenue Generator Who Helped Bring in Millions

Washington Post: Opinion | How Municipalities in St. Louis County, Mo., Profit from Poverty

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