Month: December 2020

  • First Settlement in George Floyd protests

    First Settlement in George Floyd protests

    Almost eight months to the day after the death of George Floyd, and in an apparent Christmas win for the city of Portland, the city has finalized the first settlement of an individual allegedly injured by the police as a result of Black Lives Matter protests. The protests brought out people from all stripes of […]

  • State of Raindrop Works

    I wanted to take a few minutes to apologize for the lack of updates this month. I have to admit that I’ve had a bit of a rough go physically, and what energy I’ve had has been put into other projects. Some may not know that Raindrop Works was never intended as a news organization, […]

  • Court Wrap Up, December 1, 2020

    Court Wrap Up, December 1, 2020

    With the ‘holiday’ weekend, there haven’t been too many changes in court cases, but I’m still trying to keep up on stuff. One case that I spoke about last week, the case of retired Officer Hollins suing the city for racial discrimination, has narrowly avoided him taking a default judgement against the city when at […]