Jul 16, 2015

Petition · THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, Attorney General Loretta Lynch: Take Over The Investigation Into The Death of Sandra Bland From The Waller County, Texas Police Department. · Change.org

On Monday July 13th 2015 Sandra Bland , a 28 year-old Black woman from the suburbs of Chicago was found dead in a Waller County, Texas jail cell. The circumstances surrounding her death are at best unclear and given known facts, very disturbing. Sandra Bland had recently arrived in Texas to start new employment in the state and was residing with her uncle. On Friday July 10th 2015, Ms. Bland...

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