“If they killed this time, they’ve often killed before or have a history of problematic use of force.” In one Bay Area city with high rates of police violence, there are numerous officers who have been involved in more than one fatal shooting of a civilian.If the fired officers in Minneapolis don’t win their jobs back, “I think they’ll quietly be invited to work in other law enforcement departments”, Brooks predicted.Some police departments also knowingly hire officers who were fired in other jurisdictions, said Roger Goldman, an emeritus law professor at Saint Louis University and expert on police licensing. That’s often because the departments are located in smaller cities with tight budgets and can pay a lower salary to an officer who was terminated. “They are so strapped for cash, so they hire you,” Goldman said.The Cleveland officer who was fired after fatally shooting 12 year old Tamir Rice in 2014 was hired by a small Ohio village police department four years later.
Oakley (Calif.) Freedom running back Ronnie Rivers has had a huge season for Freedom, putting them in the CIF NCS Open Division finals against Concord (Calif.) De La Salle. He was the RB MVP at The Opening Oakland, beating out defending MVP and No. 1 prospect Najee Harris that day and that first put him on the map.
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FlyOver Canada, which counts Vancouver Canucks owners Aquilini Investment Group among its investors, has grown to the point where it now looking to open a second location, this time in the United States at Minneapolis Mall of America.By offering consumers an immersive experience, Geddes and his co founder Andrew Strang are tapping into a growing trend that promises to shake up the entertainment industry. JWT Intelligence identified immersive experiences as the leading trend changing the entertainment industry in 2014, and that trend is continuing to play out.More recently, the Boston Consulting Group released a study that showed experiential consumer categories are growing twice as fast as sales of consumer luxury items, and the market is expected to grow even further. Then, Eventbrite conducted a survey recently that showed 78 per cent of millennials (broadly defined as the generation of consumers in their 20s and early 30s) are prioritizing spending on experiences over consumer goods.In addition to FlyOver Canada ride, experiential categories include consumer spending on events such as music festivals the fastest growing category in the music industry adventure races and even trips to a day spa.