A veteran died in police custody. His body was returned to his family with some organs missing

(CNN)Two days before he died, Everett Palmer Jr. called his brother, Dwayne, to tell him he was on his way from Delaware to New York to visit him and their sick mother. But first, he said, he wanted to resolve an outstanding DUI warrant from an incident in 2016 in Pennsylvania to make sure his license was valid for the drive to see his family. Beneath the Skin: Horrific cuts cover her son’s body after he’s shot dead by police The family hired Merritt to help find answers because so far, they have been unable to get them on their own, they say. Merritt says prison and county officials have not been cooperative with providing an official manner of death. …

How an internet mob falsely painted a Chipotle employee as racist

(CNN)Dominique Moran knew something was wrong as soon as she awakened that Friday morning. She turned on her smartphone and saw the first of what would become a barrage of texts and voicemails. For the last six months, Moran has been trying to answer those questions. She was dubbed online as the “racist bitch.” The video of her November confrontation was watched at least 7 million times and re-tweeted at least 30,000 times within two days. The incident was covered by media organizations such as ABC News and Fox News. Chipotle fired Moran after the video went viral. Soon after that, she would be vindicated. But while the internet mob moved on, she hasn’t. “Life is really difficult,” she said. …

Nipsey Hussle shooting suspect pleads not guilty to murder charge as bail is set at $6.53 million

Los Angeles (CNN)Eric Holder, the man prosecutors say fatally shot rapper Nipsey Hussle, has been indicted by a grand jury for one count of murder, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office announced Tuesday. Holder pleaded not guilty to the charges Tuesday and bail was set at $6.53 million. His next court appearance, a pretrial hearing, is scheduled for June 18.

Honor students complain of racial incidents at Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts

(CNN)“No food, no drink, no watermelon.” That’s what one staffer at Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts allegedly told a group of black students on a field trip to the arts institution. The institution has also concluded an internal investigation and is taking steps to address issues that arose from the incident. “These young people left the museum feeling disrespected, harassed and targeted because of the color of their skin, and that is unacceptable,” museum Director Matthew Teitelbaum said in a statement Friday. “This is a fundamental problem that we will address as an institution, both with immediate steps and long-term commitments. I am deeply saddened that we’ve taken something away from these students that they will never get back.” Students …