Murder In The Rain

Disproportionate

Disproportionate

Every state has had marching in the streets. It may feel overwhelming at times, but it feels equally promising that change is inevitable. Today we’ll be telling the story of Aaron Campbell, a young, black, unarmed man that was shot in the back and killed by Portland Police. How a lack of training and communication cost him his life. How the officer fought to be put back on the force. And how that same officer claimed there was never another option. Additionally, Alisha will walk us through some of the statistics surrounding police brutality, why the Black Lives Matter movement should matter to everyone, and what you can do to help keep it moving forward. BLACK LIVES MATTER. For ideas on how you can help, or to donate to the cause, please visit blacklivesmatter.com. For additional information and sources visit this week’s MITR blog. Today’s promo is from Fireside Phantoms. Join Holly and Carol as they tell tales of the weird, strange, esoteric, spooky, and macabre around the campfire. Follow them on IG @firesidephatoms and Twitter @firesidephans and don’t forget to subscribe on the podcast app of your choice! If you are clamoring for more MITR, join us on Patreon! You’ll get social media shout-outs, access to additional episodes, more bloopers, and more! Summary KGW - Settlement in Campbell Police Shooting | Scribd - Aaron Campbell Grand Jury Letter | Portland Mercury - Last Years Fourth Highest Paid City Employee Officer Ron Frashour | Portland Cop Watch - James | Oregon Law Enforcement Line of Duty Deaths - Oregon | Washington Post - Giuliani Falsely Claims That Black People Kill More Police | Oregon Live -Portland Payouts on Police Use | Portland Mercury - Damage Control | Oregon Live - Portland Woman Who Loses Two | Portland Oregon - IA Report Campbell | Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/murder-in-the-rain/donations Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands

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