NEW ORLEANS (Reuters) - A federal judge declared a mistrial on Friday in the case of a retired police detective accused of conspiring to cover up wrongdoing in fatal police shootings in New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, a lawyer for the officer said.
Gerard Dugue was accused of plotting to conceal wrongdoing in the 2005 fatal shooting of two unarmed civilians by police on the Danziger Bridge as much of the city remained underwater from flooding in the chaotic days following the storm. Dugue was not directly involved in the shootings.
(Reporting By Kathy Finn; Writing by Cynthia Johnston)
Vox "Smart Take" Pushes Gun Confiscation. Here's What Would Happen If They Tried. - Bearing Arms - 2nd Amendment, Gun Confiscation
Peter Schiff - The Big Picture
Mollie Hemingway amazed how quickly Planned Parenthood's self-funded report made headlines
Donald Trump Is Not a Racist. Don't Go Back to 2005, Republicans. | RedState
Ann Coulter - Small But Honest Columnist Again Forced to Correct Highest-Rated Show on Cable TV
Boehner reportedly tells Colorado donors: Ted Cruz is a “jackass” - Hot Air
Small But Honest Columnist Again Forced to Correct Highest-Rated Show on Cable TV | Human Events