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Breaking news: Tymar Crawford settlement announced

Press Release: PENSACOLA, Fla. (July 29, 2020) — The Zarzaur Law firm is pleased to announce that the City of Pensacola and the family of…

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Exclusive interview on anniversary of the shooting of Tymar Crawford

The July 2 issue of Inweekly:   Other articles on Tymar Crawford: Justice for Tymar Community Reacts to Grand Jury Report

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Members of Police Oversight Committee named

Following the July 5 police shooting of Tymar Crawford, a black man who was pulled over by local police officers, community organization Pensacola Dream Defenders…

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Robinson wants police panel appointed by June 19

Note: The original post had the deadline as June 12. Mayor Grover Robinson called and said the actual deadline for nominations is June 19. By…

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Presser notes: The Great Pensacola Dilution

On Monday, the city appeared to be considering circumventing the spirit of a commitment made in the wake of a police shooting over the summer….

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Tymar Crawford: Day of Outrage

On Monday night, approximately 50 people gathered around the bust of Martin Luther King, Jr. to express their anger with police violence against women of…

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Presser Notes: Responding to Tymar Crawford video

Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson declined for months to view the video of a July incident during which a Pensacola Police Department officer shot and killed…

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Tymar Crawford: Grand jury report, City response, Bodycam video

State Attorney Bill Eddins announced last Friday that the Escambia County Grand Jury has completed its review of the facts and circumstances surrounding the Officer…

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Lack of transparency at Pensacola City Hall disappointing

Early Saturday morning, police fatally shot Atatiana Koquice Jefferson, 28, in Fort Worth, Texas. The body camera footage shows the perspective of the officer outside…

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