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“This is a failing of basic humanity toward another individual.”

Memphis, Tenn., Police Chief CERELYN DAVIS, in a Jan. 25 statement condemning the actions of five officers who allegedly beat 29-year-old Tyre Nichols to death during a traffic stop earlier in the month.

“I am retiring for good.”

Buccaneers football quarterback TOM BRADY, in a video announcement posted to Twitter Feb. 1. The NFL star won seven Super Bowls during 23 seasons with the New England Patriots and Tampa Bay. He had announced his retirement a year ago but returned to the Buccaneers weeks later.

“It’s getting to a point where you either have to padlock every item that has to be stolen, or you have to fight back.”

FERNANDO MATEO of the United Bodegas of America, expressing to the New York Post his frustration at a rise in convenience store theft in New York City that critics blame on cashless bail and low policing. The group has encouraged shops to padlock frequently stolen items, like detergent.

“My nerves were frazzled with fear.”

AMANDA BENSON, a 41-year-old former prisoner who had to share a shower block in a Scottish women’s prison with two male inmates who identified as female. The men were in prison for domestic abuse and murder, according to the Daily Record.


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