Had a Karen Healy-Case/Kim Beaty matchup for sheriff materialized, lots of national attention would have centered on Erie County for an unprecedented all-women matchup.
Myles Carter, who while marching in last summer's protests against police brutality was tackled by officers as television cameras rolled, unveiled a platform built on attacking poverty, which he labeled the "root cause" of most local crime.
The Black Lives Matters protesters who marched up and down Hertel Avenue Friday evening in a largely peaceful but boisterous demonstration had two targets.
Myles Carter, the man arrested after being tackled from behind by police while being interviewed by a local news crew during protests on Baile…
Myles Carter held his hands up and started to explain to a news camera why he was protesting. Nine seconds later, police tackled him to the pavement.