Daren Muhammad Speaks: Officer William Torbit, Sean Gamble, other Baltimore issues
Muhammad is on WFBR 1590 AM in Baltimore: Tuesday thru Saturday at 12 noon. "Stand up for our children!" Read in Full >>
Torbit Rally: "Open Season on Black People" ... in Baltimore, 8.10.11
Officer William Torbit was shot 21 times by a member/members of the Baltimore City Police Department. While Baltimore City State's Attorney Gregg Bernstein has elected to not file charges, the Torbit family ... and the community as a whole are simply not satisfied. Yet, this administration promised more transparency. Long live the spirit of Baltimore City Police Officer William Torbit, a man who truly loved his community. Read in Full >>
The Torbit Family Marches on City Hall, Presidents' Day, 2011
: "No justice, no peace!":
Family of slain officer shot over 20 times in the streets of Baltimore by the Baltimore City Police Department back in January '11. The Torbit Family members present want answers. Read in Full >>
Family of Slain Officer William H. Torbit, Jr. Says, "Long live the Spirit of William Torbit!"
Family has heard no answers from local government, police in Baltimore - President's Day, 2.21.11. Daren Muhammad asked to be spokesperson for family and to lead family to Police Headquarters and City Hall. Read in Full >>
Torbit Family to Hold Press Conference Today at Club Select
It’s been six weeks since the tragic double homicide outside Club Select in downtown Baltimore. Then, City Police Commissioner Fred Bealefeld said it would take three weeks.
Today, the Torbit family wants answers. Officer William H. Torbit, along with civilian Sean Gamble, were both killed outside the niteclub. Read in Full >>
The Glover Report: Racism, Mayor, Police, State’s Attorney, Black People, White People, Baltimore: WHO WILL LEAD?
What happens when more and more upwardly mobile whites live in a majority black city where many blacks are economically, politically, and socially stuck? Welcome to Baltimore!
It’s a discussion that few are willing to have: RACE. W. E. B. DuBois stated at the end of the 19th century that color would be the problem of the 20th century. Seemingly, it remains so still today.
In light of the two major incidents that have engulfed the minds and spirits of the people, race – once again – raises its head.
Many white people, I imagine, might question why the black folks are all up in arms about an 8-year veteran police officer, William H. Torbit, Jr., being gunned down in the streets like a dog. Black people, on the other hand, don’t have to wonder at all. Black people, for the most part, recognize that if the police have the license to unload on Torbit, they will surely do it to us – hands down – no question. Read in Full >>
Daren Muhammad, Attorney J. Wyndal Gordon ("The Warrior Lawyer") Speak
Rally held 1.17.11, MLK's Official Holiday, in front of Baltimore City Police Headquarters regarding the double homicide of Officer William Torbit, Jr. and Sean Gamble on 1.9.11. 41 shots were reported to have been shot by city officers. Civilians present had no firearms. Read in Full >>
City Councilman Carl Stokes Attends Press Conference, Vigil for Officer Torbit, Sean Gamble
Stokes is lone elected official to speak at Thursday night event denoting last weekend's double homicide by city police Read in Full >>
TGR: Put down the guns. Stop the violence. Please!
VIGIL HELD FOR TORBIT, GAMBLE
Just as Prince George's County is in shock at a rapid murder rate to start off the year, the other majority black jurisdiction in Maryland, Baltimore, also wreaks of blood in the streets. Read in Full >>
SPECIAL REPORT: Catalina Byrd Interviewed by Hassan Giordano at Torbit/Gamble Vigil, 1.13.11
On Point's Catalina Byrd gives LIVE! report from vigil for Officer William H. Torbit, Jr. and Sean Gamble at Paca and Franklin, 1.13.11. Some 41 shots were fired by Baltimore City Police. Read in Full >>
Vigil, Press Conference to be Held Outside Club Select on Thursday at 5 pm
Local leaders have called for the community to come together on Thursday, January 13, 2011 at 5 pm for a joint-vigil/press conference to address last weekend’s double homicide at Club Select, 444 N. Paca Street in Baltimore.
The purpose of the vigil is to bring attention to the senseless murders in Baltimore. The purpose of the press conference is to make a call for an independent investigation to be conducted by US Attorney General Eric Holder’s office via the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Read in Full >>