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Crews start dismantling Orlando Free Fall ride, where Tyre Sampson died

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Construction workers were seen at the site where Tyre Sampson lost his life nearly one year ago.

Shelby County District Attorney Mulroy speaks on Tyre Nichols, the upcoming MPD review, and much more. Our reporter Sydney Gray has the story.

Export of tyres from India is expected to rise by 15 per cent in the ongoing fiscal, Automotive Tyre Manufacturers' Association Chairman Satish Sharma said on Tuesday.

Five ex-officers charged with beating Tyre Nichols were hired at a time of lower standards and scrutiny, current and former officers say.

The death of Tyre Nichols, a Black man beaten by five police officers in Memphis, also captured something unexpected. It was through the lens of skateboarding that Nichols' life – and death – revealed ways in which the world has changed.

Tyre Sampson died almost a year ago after falling from the Orlando FreeFall ride at ICON Park.

Tyre industry launches whistle blower hotline

Bombay HC says tyre burst not an act of God, insurer must pay Rs 1.2 crore relief

A tyre burst is not an act of God but human negligence, the Bombay High Court remarked while rejecting an insurance company's plea against compensation to the family of a man killed in a car accident.


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Let's be clear: Tyre Nichols should be alive today.   And George Floyd. Breonna Taylor. Laquan McDonald. Tamir Rice.   And all those killed by the hands of those sworn to serve.   To achieve true justice in America, Congress must pass bold police reform. Now.

To Tyre Nichols’ family: The people of our country mourn with you. This violent act was not in pursuit of public safety. When we talk about public safety, let us understand what it means in its truest form: Tyre Nichols should have been safe.

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a few thoughts on the videos of Tyre Nichols' killing by Memphis police...

since this will come up a lot in media coverage of Tyre Nichols in Memphis: while I get that it seems narratively significant that the officers are black. Statistically, it is unsurprising. In tracking police violence, we never found that race of the officer made much difference

The vicious, unjustified beating of Tyre Nichols and his ultimate death at the hands of five Memphis police officers is just the latest, painful reminder of how far America still has to go in fixing how we police our streets.

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I need so many people to understand this regarding Tyre Nichols. Several of the police officers who murdered Freddie Gray were Black. The entire system of policing is based on white supremacist violence. We see people under the boot of oppression carry its water all the time.

Along with mourning Tyre and supporting his family, it’s up to all of us to mobilize for lasting change. To learn more about how communities can reimagine public safety to prevent both crime and injustice, go to .

Tyre Nichols should have made it home to his family. Yet tonight, once again, America mourns a life brutally cut short at the hands of those sworn to protect and serve. I join President Biden in his call for accountability and transparency. Read my full statement.

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Tyre Nichols should be alive. Yes, the police officers who brutally murdered him must be held accountable. But even their conviction on the strongest possible charges cannot bring Tyre back. We must do everything in our power to end police violence against people of color.