Former Tennessee Cop Pleads Guilty To Manslaughter

On July 1, A Former Metro Police Officer, Andrew Delke, Pleaded Guilty To Voluntary Manslaughter In A 2018 Case That Involved The Shooting Of Daniel Hambrick. Delke Was Sentenced To Three Years In Prison, But According To His Lawyer, He May Only Serve 18 Months.

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No Charges Brought Against Officers In Austin-East Shooting

The Officers Involved In A Deadly Shooting At Austin-east High School In Knoxville Will Not Face Any Charges. The Announcement Was Made By Knox County District Attorney, Charme Allen, On Wednesday, April 21 During Her Press Conference.

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TBI Says Officer Injured In Knoxville School Shooting Not Wounded By Student’s Gun

The Tennessee Bureau Of Investigation, Currently Investigating The Shooting At Austin-East Magnet High School, Has Released A Statement Saying The Officer Wounded In The Incident Was Not Shot By The Student’s Gun.

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The Tennessee Conservative News Break April 14, 2021

1) TN Government Overreach Killed 24.4% of TN Small Businesses
2) Hagerty Condemns Biden For Allowing Border Crisis To Expand To Tennessee
3)Governor Bill Lee and Other State Representatives Speak Out About Knoxville Shooting
4) Tennessee Congressman Fleischmann And Colleagues Call On VP Harris To Visit Border Immediately
5) Biden Administration Puts Religious Freedom Programs On Hold
6) Kelly Takes The Chattanooga Mayoral Seat, Hill And Hester Win For City Council

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Governor Bill Lee and Other State Representatives Speak Out About Knoxville Shooting

Tennessee Governor Bill Lee And Other State Representatives Have Spoken Out About The Deadly Knoxville High School Shooting That Took Place On Monday, April 12.

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Tennessee Inmate Runs International Crime Network

According To Prosecutors, A Tennessee Inmate Spent At Least Three Years Running An International Crime Ring From Inside The Prison, Orchestrated A Number Of Violent Acts As Well As Instructed The Flow Of Cash From Drug Sales Between Middle TN And Mexico.

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