Taking a break from calling reporters sleazy and dishonest—prompted by last week’s Washington Post investigation into funds he claimed to have raised for veterans’ groups—Donald Trump was asked Tuesday to address the weekend’s biggest story: The summary execution of Harambe, a gorilla, in Cincinnati.
Two University of Cincinnati police officers who witnessed fellow cop Ray Tensing fatally shoot unarmed black driver Sam DuBose will not face criminal charges. Officers Phillip Kidd and David Lindenschmidt gave accounts of the shooting that turned out to be inconsistent with the footage from Tensing’s body camera. A grand jury declined to indict Kidd and Lindenschmidt, prosecutors announced Friday.
University of Cincinnati police officer Ray Tensing was charged Wednesday with the murder of Sam DuBose, 43, an unarmed black driver he had pulled over for an alleged missing license plate. At the indictment announcement, prosecutors also released video from Tensing’s body camera that directly contradicts the police report on DuBose’s death.
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Last night, Cincinnati's Fox affiliate, WXIX, debuted Queen City, a reality show about four boring single women and their boring struggle to balance their boring lives in a boring southern Ohio city. If you've ever wondered whether Bravo was going to expand its Real Housewives franchise to Cinci, check out the show's premiere episode above and you'll see why that won't be happening anytime soon.