The Starting Five 12/5/2014

 

A roundup of front pages covering protests in American cities can be found here.

Vic Ryckaert in the Star: “Several critics are condemning the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department for a tweet they say mocks the final words of Eric Garner, the man whose choking death at the hands of New York police has touched off protests across the country.”

NPR nailed it with this one: “As a civil rights attorney, Constance Rice became known in the 1990s for, as she puts it, going to war with the Los Angeles Police Department.”

SLAYER LOVES KITTEHS.

And if you hate-watched Peter Pan Live last night, well … here.

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