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Roland S. Martin Examines Sandra Bland Tragedy on NewsOne Now

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Roland S. Martin has been at the forefront of media covering the tragic and mysterious death of Sandra Bland, with few outlets able to examine the topic from Martin’s in-depth perspective. Martin recently dedicated his entire show to exploring the case, welcoming Texas State Sen. Rodney Ellis, Bland family attorney Cannon Lambert, and Bland’s sister Sharon Cooper to NewsOne Now to discuss the latest in developments in the investigation.

Bland was found dead in her Waller County Jail cell in Houston, Texas, just days after she was arrested following a routine traffic stop. Bland’s death, which was originally ruled a suicide, raised disturbing questions after family members expressed concern about the circumstances and video footage of the police dash-cam was released.

Watch Roland Martin talk with Texas State Sen. Rodney Ellis, Bland family attorney Cannon Lambert, and Bland’s sister,Sharon Cooper about the tragedy below:

Roland S. Martin is a nationally syndicated, award-winning journalist and columnist who currently serves as chief political editor and host of TV One’s revolutionary daily program “NewsOne Now,” an innovative multi-platform news source that allows viewers and listeners to experience Martin’s show on TV and through NewsOne.com, a website from Radio One’s web division, Interactive One.

 

 

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