Police don’t always to have to shoot to kill black people "Tales of the Grim Sleeper," which debuts Monday on HBO, shows how the devaluing of black women’s lives allowed a serial killer to roam free for 25 years Police don’t always to have to shoot to kill black people.
Friends tell the Los Angeles Times that Itzcoatl "Izzy" Ocampo returned from Iraq a changed man. The ex-Marine from Orange County, Calif., is accused of killing four homeless men, each stabbed more than 40 times. "He's a veteran who did not get the help he needed," said a fellow Marine, adding that she had trusted Ocampo with her life.
Tea party favorite Michele Bachmann made her second official presidential campaign announcement in the place of her birth -- Waterloo, Iowa -- on Monday, having made what was supposed to be an all-American cinematic reference that went a little off the rails.