Video taken on 3 March contradicts accounts from county sheriff’s office of moments leading up to Ellis’s death
Protester who filmed the aftermath says he was arrested and spent two days in jail for what some are calling police retribution
Governor Jay Inslee of Washington has ordered a new investigation into the death of Manuel Ellis, an African American man who died more than three months ago in police custody, following questions over the independence of the investigation.
Account of events leading to man’s death in Tacoma, Washington, differs widely from police version
Victoria Woodards said she was ‘angered’ after footage surfaced of Ellis, who died in custody in March, being beaten
Manuel Ellis died of respiratory arrest on 3 March, medical examiner report finds amid nationwide protests against police brutality
An untracked number of Indigenous people have more than one relative missing or murdered in unexplained circumstances
New multimillion-dollar detention facility set to open in county that has committed both ideologically and financially to eliminating youth incarceration
SEATTLE — Over months of discussions in online forums earlier this year, Paige Thompson acknowledged the personal challenges in her life: suicidal thoughts, struggles to find employment, and difficulties she had faced since transitioning to a woman years before.
A report, the product of 10 meetings with indigenous people across the state, calls for more coordination to tackle the crisis