The next trial in the cases of three former Houston police officers accused of beating a teenage burglary suspect is scheduled for next month. Raad…

Professor Gerald Treece of the South Texas School of Law  discusses the recent acquittal of the official oppression case against former HPD Officer Blomberg in the beating of teenager Chad Holley.  Professor Treece explained the legal issues regarding the case and fielded questions from listeners. – Just one day after he was released from probation for a 2010 burglary charge, Chad Holley, 18 has been arrested again for burglarizing a home in northwest Harris County. He appeared before the judge Thursday along with three other adult men who he alleged committed the burglary with. The Harris County Sherrif’s department reports that […]

We cant belive it either. Source HOUSTON (KTRK) — Chad Holley, the teen who was beaten by HPD officers in a 2010 burglary arrest, has been arrested in connection with an afternoon break-in at a northwest Harris County home, according to an official with the Harris County Sheriff’s Office. Charges have yet to be filed.   […]


Via: Community leaders, activists and concerned citizens are searching for answers and justice in the wake of the acquittal of former Houston police officer Andrew Blomberg. Charged with official oppression, a misdemeanor, Blomberg was recently found not guilty by an all-white jury even though he and other former HPD officers were videotaped beating and […]

This is an EXCLUSIVE interview with Minister Quanell X and our sister station 97.9 The Box’s The Madd Hatta Morning Show: Listen to his interview below: Quanell X: “Blacks Were Purposely Not Chosen In Chad Holley Case” [AUDIO] X also says Harris County Criminal Courthouse is corrupt and that they never intended to convict Andrew Blomberg. […]

Many of Houston’s African American ministers and activists who were were outraged by the not guilty verdict given to fired HPD Officer Andrew Blomberg, called…


A jury has just found HPD officer Andrew Blomberg not guilty of official oppression in the beating case of 15-year old Chad Holley. Blomberg would have faced up to a year in jail if he were convicted of oppression, a class A misdemeanor. The beating incident occurred on March 24, 2010 when Holley was being chased by HPD after fleeing […]

Closing arguments are scheduled for Tuesday morning in the trial of a former Houston police officer who has been accused of beating a teenage burglary…

Bakari Kitwana speaks with Minister Quannell X about a recent wave of police brutality incidents in Houston, Texas, targeting young Black males. This issue is especially relevant considering the recent police brutality cases of Aiyana Jones and the troubling case of Chicago cop, Lt. Jon Burge, accused of torturing black men. Recently the alleged beating […]