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Video of University of Cincinnati Police Shooting Sam Dubose “Is Not Good,” Police Chief Blackwell Says

Posted on July 29, 2015 with No Comments

sam-duboseIn the wake of Sandra Bland’s death while in police custody, and all of the conspiracy theories surrounding it -the edited dashcam video without a timecode, the mugshot believed to be taken after her death, the reality of how a nearly 6 foot women can hang herself from a 5ft. partition, the public awaits an indictment for the murder of 43 year-old Sam Dubose, who was stopped by University of Cincinnati officer Ray Tensing during a traffic stop last week and subsequently shot in the head.

Tensing’s body camera video has yet to be released, and the city of Cincinnati is reportedly preparing for civil unrest if it is to be released.

Cincinnati Police Chief Jeffrey Blackwell said he’s seen the unreleased footage from the body cam video and says, “it’s not good.”

“The video is not good,” Blackwell said. “I think the city manager has said that also publicly. I’ll leave it there.”

Color on the Cover: Jennifer Hudson’s Resilience Revealed in Entertainment Weekly

Posted on April 3, 2009 with 1 Comment


”Too often we look at things through human eyes. But when you look at the world spiritually, it makes far more sense. I don’t think I would be here without it.”

Entertainment Weekly cover girl Jennifer Hudson says of relying on her religion and work for strength after her family’s murder in the magazine’s April 10, 2009 issue.

Color on the Cover: Jennifer Hudson’s Family Tragedy Detailed in People & Us Weekly

Posted on October 29, 2008 with No Comments

The family tragedy of one of America’s biggest rising stars, Jennifer Hudson, is the subject of both People and Us Weekly magazine’s latest issues.

Detailing the horrific events that have occurred in the last week, which took the lives of Hudson’s mother, Darnell Donerson, her brother Jason, and 7-year-old nephew Julian King, the magazines highlight Hudson’s agony and quest for answers.

Blindie applauds both People and Us Weekly for shedding light on this tragedy and making it a point to tell the story–for once–of a black family’s anguish.