(13NewsNow.com) The press conference comes days after the Lynch family named Fairfax as lead counsel in their lawsuit against the City of Virginia Beach. VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — For the first time since 13News Now reported on former Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax becoming the lead attorney for the family of Donovon Lynch, he stoodContinue reading “‘No accountability’ | Justin Fairfax speaks for first time as lead attorney in wrongful death lawsuit filed by Donovon Lynch’s family”
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Donovon Lynch family’s federal lawsuit to move forward against City of Virginia Beach & Officer Solomon Simmons
A federal judge found that the Lynch family has enough evidence to complain that Virginia Beach failed to train its police officers to an appropriate standard. ( 13NewsNow.com )
Donovon Lynch Family to hold press conference today at 1pm in Town Center
The press conference will be held at the HIVE at 140 Independence Boulevard on December 1 at 1 p.m. Donovon’s Father response to Local News yesterday on the results of the state investigation in the police shooting/murder of his son, see below. “While disappointed with the conclusions drawn by the Commonwealth’s Attorney and the state’sContinue reading “Donovon Lynch Family to hold press conference today at 1pm in Town Center”
Justice for DONOVON LYNCH (Watch)
Jay Khaos speaking on Something in the Water!
I called the local radio station here in DC today Majic 102.3 and gave my opinion on Pharrell Williams considering moving something in the water from VA Beach to a different city. Take a listen and tell me what you think?
Pharrell Slams ‘Toxic Energy’ of Hometown as Something in the Water’s Future Remains Uncertain
Rollingston.com Reps said info on the fest’s future was “coming soon,” as musician expressed frustration with the handling of the police killing of his cousin earlier this year Pharrell Williams slammed the leadership of his hometown of Virginia Beach and its “toxic energy” in an open letter regarding the future of his Something in the WaterContinue reading “Pharrell Slams ‘Toxic Energy’ of Hometown as Something in the Water’s Future Remains Uncertain”