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War on Police: Father of Executed Dallas Cop Sues BLM, Soros

The father of one of the officers executed in Dallas in July at a Black Lives Matter protest filed a lawsuit on Monday against Black Lives Matter, Rev. Al Sharpton, Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, and others charging that they inflamed and inspired a “War on Police.”

Micah Xavier Johnson, a man suspected by Dallas Police in a shooting attack and who was killed during a manhunt, is seen in an undated photo from his Facebook account. Micah X. Johnson via Facebook via

Tense Dallas BLM Protest Yields No Violence

A reported 100 demonstrators showed up for a Dallas Black Lives Matter solidarity march Thursday night. Despite a few tense moments, the protest remained tame. Dallas police made no arrests.


Dallas Black Lives Matter Organizer Gets 2 Years for Probation Violations

A Texas state district judge ordered the chief organizer of the July 7 Dallas-held Black Lives Matter protest to serve two years in prison over repeated violations to an existing probation sentence, yet the activist believes his troubles stem from the Dallas police targeting him.

Friday, Judge Gracie Lewis ordered Dominique Alexander, 27, to spend two years in prison. He was serving a seven-year deferred adjudication probation sentence following a 2009 conviction for injury to a child. Alexander pleaded guilty to shaking a two-year-old baby left in his care. The terms of his probation were set in 2011 by this same judge.


Dallas Black Lives Matter Organizer Arrested for Outstanding Warrants

Dallas police arrested Dominique Alexander, the leader of the activist group behind the Dallas Black Lives Matter (BLM) July 7 protest that ended in the horrific ambush of five officers dead and nine others wounded. He was taken into custody Wednesday for 10 outstanding warrants in two counties.