Colorado Officer Charged With Felony for Brutal Arrest
Aurora, Colorado police officer John Haubert has been charged with a series of felonies following the violent arrest of Kyle Vinson, CBS News reports. Body camera footage shows Haubert pointing a gun at a compliant Vinson, hitting him in the head with a pistol, and holding him by the neck for at least 40 seconds. Vinson cried out multiple times during the arrest and stated that he could not breathe. Haubert is on leave without pay. A second officer who was at the scene, Francine Martinez, also faces misdemeanor charges for failure to intervene and is on leave with pay.
Pfizer Data Suggests Third Dose Boosts Protection Against Delta Variant
According to ABC Chicago, Pfizer data suggests that a third dose of the pharmaceutical company's COVID-19 vaccine can "strongly" boost protection against the Delta variant. The data, which included 23 people, found that people between the ages of 18 and 55 who received the third dose had antibody levels against the Delta variant that were fivefold compared to those who had received only two doses of the vaccine. The data has not been published or peer-reviewed.
DaBaby Faces Backlash After Comments About LGBTQ+ & HIV+ Communities
DaBaby continues to be a trending topic on all social media platforms after the "Baby Sitter" rapper made negative remarks in reference to members of the LGBTQ+ and HIV+ communities at the Rolling Loud music festival in Miami. While the Ohio rapper doubled and tripled back, attempting to clarify his statements and apologize, both instances resulted in more offensive comments.