DAILYKENN.com -- Charges were filed against a 26-year-old black male accused of pumping five bullets into a sheriff's deputy.
Jarvis Hardy shot Stephen Arnold, 35, in New Orleans, La. on Jan. 26, 2016.
Arnold remains in critical condition.
The deputy was hit in the neck and other parts of his body, and remained in critical condition at University Medical Center late Tuesday morning.Unlike the Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson, Mo., the media refuse to exploit the race issue. The media, in face, have ignored it altogether.
Arnold, 35, was listed in critical condition at University Medical Center after being shot five times during the 6:30 a.m. raid on a house in the 5300 block of Douglas Street.
Authorities said Arnold, a 12-year veteran deputy, was part of a U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration task force made up of law enforcement personnel from multiple agencies in the New Orleans region.
Hardy and two others were inside the house when authorities entered. The other two people were taken into custody for questioning, and have not been identified. — nola.com
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