Woman Killed by NYPD Wrote About 'Problems' Between Police, Mentally Ill
Deborah Danner had written an essay called "Living With Schizophrenia" in 2012.
Woman Killed by NYPD Had Written About 'Problems' on How Police Deal With the Mentally Ill
The 66-year-old woman with schizophrenia who was killed by an NYPD sergeant Tuesday had written a poignant essay in 2012 about living with mental illness in which she expressed that police are ill-equipped to deal with the mentally ill. In the six-page essay titled " Living With Schizophrenia ,"
Woman Wrote About Police Killings Before Officer Killed Her
A mentally ill New York woman shot and killed by police this week wrote an essay in 2012 expressing concerns about such shootings
NYPD Shoot, Kill 66-Year-Old Woman With History of Psychiatric Problems
New York City police shot and killed a 66-year-old woman with a history of psychiatric problems Tuesday night as she wielded scissors and a bat.
Lawyer Wants Confession in Slender Man Case Tossed
The attorney for one of two Wisconsin girls accused of trying to kill a classmate to please a fictional horror character called Slender Man is challenging prosecutors' use of his client's confession
US, UK Say Support Is Weak for Military Action Against Syria
The U.S. and Britain are acknowledging the Western world's weak support for any military action against Syria's government as they seek ways to pressure President Bashar Assad and his chief backer, Russia, to halt a deadly offensive in Aleppo
China's Last Tiananmen Prisoner Set to Be Freed, but Frail
China's last-known prisoner held in relation to the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests will reportedly be released Saturday, but he'll face freedom a frail and mentally ill man, according to a rights group and a fellow former inmate
The Latest: Brother: Police Trial Gave Homeless Man a Voice
The brother of a homeless camper shot and killed by police in March 2014 says the rare decision by prosecutors to try two officers in the case gave the man and others like him a voice during the criminal trial
Mistrial Declared in New Mexico Police Shooting Case
The case against two former Albuquerque police officers charged in the death of a homeless man ended in a mistrial Tuesday when jurors told the judge they were hopelessly deadlocked on the counts of second-degree murder