Arrest

"We broke into the Capitol," said a selfie confiscated by the FBI. “We were looking for Nancy to shoot her in the friggin’ brain, but we didn’t find her.”
The treatment of people in police custody has come under intense scrutiny since the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis – and not just in the US. More than 1740 people have died in custody or following police contact in England & Wales since 1990 – with recent figures showing Black people twice as likely to die than white people. Questions have also been raised about how accountable the police are for deaths of people under their watch. There has been no successful murder or manslaughter prosecution against a police officer. Here, we speak to civil liberties lawyer Leslie Thomas and political scientist Dr Floyd Millen.
Simeon Francis, 35, was found unresponsive in his cell at Torquay police station.
The UK has its own shameful list of Black deaths in police custody, Priyamvada Gopal writes.
Ohio police said she repeatedly called emergency dispatchers and became "belligerent.”
The force said 14 people – including several boys and a girl – have been arrested.