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South Florida Deputy Arrested for Slamming Student to the Ground

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Felony charges for a South Florida sheriff’s deputy who is seen on video slamming a female student who kicked him.

Broward County Deputy Willard Miller worked with emotional and behavioral children at the school.

The incident happened on Sept. 25 and Sheriff Gregory Tony suspended the deputy without pay until internal disciplinary procedures are complete.

According to Fox 4 “I am tired of it,” Tony said of actions like Miller’s, saying it reflects poorly not just on his deputies, but on law enforcement officers nationwide. “I’m going to fix it. I am going to hold people accountable. If I have to do this 15 more times, I am going to do it 15 more times.”

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Kobe Bryant and Daughter Gianna Laid to Rest in Private Funeral

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Kobe Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna Bryant, have been laid to rest.

ET has learned that a private funeral for the two was held in Corona Del Mar, California, on Friday, February &, two weeks after they died in a helicopter crash alongside seven others. The legendary NBA star is survived by his wife, Vanessa Bryant, and the three other children they shared, Natalia, 17, Bianka, 3, and Capri, 7 months.

“Vanessa and the family wanted a private service to mourn their loss,” a source tells ET. “The ceremony was extremely hard for everyone as it’s still hard for them to grasp they lost two beautiful souls.”

In addition to the private funeral, a public memorial will be held for Kobe and Gianna on Monday, Feb. 24 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, where the athlete played professional basketball with the Lakers for the entirety of his 20-year career. “24” is a special date, as it’s the number Kobe sported on his journey since the 2006-07 season. It’s the same number he had in high school at Lower Merion.

Vanessa confirmed the date and time of the upcoming public memorial via her Instagram. She shared that it will start at 10 a.m., posting artwork with purple and yellow butterflies.

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Jackson State University’s president resigned after arrested in prostitution sting

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CLINTON, Miss. —

Jackson State University’s president resigned Monday after he was arrested in a prostitution sting, state officials said.

William Bynum Jr., 57, was arrested over the weekend along with several other people, Clinton police said. Bynum is charged with procuring the services of a prostitute, false statement of identity and simple possession of marijuana.

Bynum was selected in 2017 by the Mississippi Institutions of Higher Learning Board as JSU’s president. Before that, he served for four years as president of Mississippi Valley State University.

Bynum is married and is the father of six children.

Another JSU employee was also arrested by Clinton police during the sting. Shonda McCarthy, director of the JSU art galleries, is charged with procuring the services of a prostitute and possession of marijuana while operating a motor vehicle, police said.

The two-day operation resulted in 17 arrests with eight felony charges. The arrests spanned multiple charges, including prostitution, procuring the services of a prostitute, promoting prostitution, conspiracy to promote prostitution and various controlled substance violations.

“An ad is posted online. Services, fees and locations are agreed upon. The offenders, in this instance the jurisdiction was Clinton, and the offenders traveled to Clinton and completed the crime,” said Clinton Police Chief Ford Hayman.

The operation was set up at a hotel in Clinton, where the arrests were made, Hayman said.

“An ad was online and they saw that ad, they called and set this up with our undercover officers,” Hayman said.

The board of trustees of the State Institutions of Higher Learning held an emergency meeting Monday, where they named Thomas Hudson as acting JSU president. Hudson currently serves as special assistant to the president and chief diversity officer for Jackson State, IHL officials said.

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Netflix’s Malcolm X Documentary Forces Manhattan District Attorney’s Office to Reexamine Murder Convictions

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In what serves as the latest example of a popular documentary forcing authorities into action, the Manhattan district attorney’s office will reexamine the circumstances surrounding the 1965 murder of civil rights icon Malcolm X.

The ABA Journal reports that a preliminary review of the convictions in the case will be conducted in order to determine if a more comprehensive investigation is required.

For those wondering why this is happening now—more than a half-century after the activist’s death—Netflix’s new six-part documentary Who Killed Malcolm X? has the internet buzzing and argues that two of the men convicted for his murder couldn’t have been at the scene of the crime.

“District Attorney [Cyrus] Vance has met with representatives from the Innocence Project and associated counsel regarding this matter,” director of communications Danny Frost told PIX 11 in a statement. “He has determined that the district attorney’s office will begin a preliminary review of the matter, which will inform the office regarding what further investigative steps may be undertaken.”

The preliminary review will be led by Senior Trial Counsel Peter Casolaro and Conviction Integrity Deputy Chief Charles King.

Nearly a year ago, Surviving R. Kelly debuted to critical acclaim and uncovered the disturbing depths of his alleged predatory behavior toward underage girls and women. In its aftermath, the man who once boldly embraced his status as “the pied piper of R&B” now faces myriad, serious criminal charges that could ensure he never sees daylight again.

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