Judge temporarily bans Detroit police from chokeholds, rubber bullets against protestersU.S. District Court Judge Laurie Michelson partially granted a restraining order late on Friday after activist group “Detroit Will Breathe” alleged that the police had responded to peaceful demonstrations with “beatings, tear gas, pepper spray, rubber bullets, sound cannons, flash grenades, chokeholds, and mass arrests without probable cause.” The group said such police tactics were violations of “First and Fourth Amendment rights”, which include the practice of free speech, according to filings made in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan.

DC Police release body camera footage from fatal shootingPolice in the nation’s capital on Thursday released body camera footage from the officer who fatally shot a Black teenager a day earlier, leading to protests outside Mayor Muriel Bowser’s home and a police station. Deon Kay, 18, was shot in the chest Wednesday afternoon in the midst of a foot pursuit with police officers. The officer turns around, sees Kay running a few feet behind him and fires a single shot into Kay’s chest.