While PAR conducted two separate investigations into the case, the brutal arrest and tasering of cab driver Lufti Saalim at a Toledo, Ohio, Walmart went unreported by local news for over a year after the incident. In their reporting, moreover, these local corporate media outposts did not receive comments from law enforcement or the victim of police brutality. This superficial coverage of a case involving excessive force by police highlights larger problems with corporate media’s for-profit model and its ability to interrogate or challenge the official (and well-funded) law enforcement narratives. In this installment of PAR, we look at what gets “lost in translation” when corporate media covers police brutality and overreach.
Help us continue producing radically independent news and in-depth analysis by following us and making a small donation:
Sign up for our newsletter: https://therealnews.com/nl-yt
Like us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/therealnews
Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/therealnews
Greetings I am April,
Reporter Controlled News. I find the truth in all the lies! The internet is an amazing place, Unfotiantly it is filled with as many lies at it is truths. It is my job to sort out the truth from all the lies. I do this to the best of my ability. Its so easy to get caught up in all the information it can be hard to sort things.
I am also part of the Area Control Network