What has changed in the seven years since Daniel Snyder drew a hard line that he would “NEVER” change the name? Well, the world. There's no need for a “thorough review.” Just change the name as soon as possible.
1st Lt. Clint Lorance had been in charge of his Army platoon for three days when he ordered them to kill three Afghans on a dirt road. After a second-degree murder conviction, Lorance was pardoned by President Trump, hailed as a hero. His troops suffered a different fate.
Jamal Khashoggi, a Washington Post contributing columnist, was killed in the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul in 2018 by Saudi government agents sent from Riyadh. Saudi Arabia has refused to extradite the suspects.
Officer Clayton Jenison fired 13 times into a van being driven by a teenager. The Johnson County district attorney ruled the killing was justifiable, and the officer resigned — but city officials did not disclose the severance package.
Ifeoma Ozoma and Aerica Shimizu Banks claim they were underpaid, faced racist comments, and were subject to retaliation for raising complaints. Other women are now coming forward with their own allegations of bias.
Half a dozen individuals have been arrested and charged with destroying federal property in connection with efforts to bring down statues in the District — a crime punishable by up to 10 years in prison.