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Feds vow to more closely investigate deaths of 2 black men in California

Feds vow to more closely investigate deaths of 2 black men in California

Feds are reviewing the local investigations into two separate hangings of black men in Southern California that were suspected suicides, but have drawn scrutiny amid the ongoing protests. Earlier, authorities in Palmdale and Victorville said no foul play was suspected in the deaths of Robert Fuller and Malcolm Harsch. The FBI, DOJ said they are monitoring the investigations of the county sheriffs.

James Villalobos
James Villalobos 2 months

Sounds like suicide, as it's hard to imagine clan members moving about freely in LA and the police didn't suspect foul play. But still, it's good to be thorough.

porcus 2 months

If there are no signs of physical resistance - bruises, scrapes and scratches, tears, that sort of thing on either his body or his clothing - then the most likely cause is suicide. None of the articles that have been posted so far have mentioned anything about this, just the family's outrage.

Beisht Kione
Beisht Kione 2 months

Not enough real hate crimes against black people, so now they have to contrive some.

Stephen 2 months

This better not turn out to be another Jussie Smollett style faked hate crime. Then they would have thrown thier lives away for no reason.

Independent 2 months

Similar case years ago and it was suicide

Fin 2 months

Better be.... And done throughly....

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