A federal lawsuit has been filed by the family of a Black teen two years after he was killed at the hands of police officers in Maryland. The lawsuit by the estate of Anton Black, who died in September at the age of 19, names two former Greensboro, Maryland police officers and the town's former police chief among the defendants alleged to be responsible for the death, along with a subsequent attempted cover-up of the incident. Police body camera footage of the fatal encounter shows officers restraining Black, who was already in handcuffs and leg shackles, for over five minutes before he suffered a medical emergency later determined to be cardiac arrest. Black became unconscious as his mother, standing nearby, repeatedly called out to him.
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The family found a note she left behind saying she wanted to kill herself. She was eight months pregnant. Eduardo Arevalo told police he killed his sister Viridiana because she was an 'embarrassment to their family' Colony Police Department. Police said Arevalo confessed to strangling his sister Dec.
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A year-old boy in Alabama has been charged with murder after confessing to killing five members of his own family, US police say. The boy is accused of killing three siblings, aged six months, five and six, as well as his father John Sisk, 38, and stepmother Mary Sisk, According to investigators, the boy initially called police to say he had heard gunfire coming from his family home and met officers outside the property. All five were family members and all five lived in the residence," spokesman Stephen Young said. School officials there say they are providing mental health counsellors to students at the local school.
His 6-month-old brother was the youngest victim of a teenage boy who admitted killing his father, stepmother and two other siblings at the family's Alabama home, authorities said Tuesday. The suspect, who is 14 and is not being identified, is being held in a juvenile detention facility on five counts of murder, and he could be charged as an adult, according to the Limestone County Sheriff's Office. The victims were identified by officials Tuesday as the teen's father, John Sisk, 38; his stepmother, Mary Sisk, 35; his 6-month-old brother, his 5-year-old sister and his 6-year-old brother. The names of the siblings have not been released.