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5 Ex-Officers Sentenced in Post-Katrina Shootings

New York Times - Five former police officers were sentenced to lengthy prison terms in federal court on Wednesday for the shootings of six unarmed civilians, two of whom died, in the days after Hurricane Katrina, and for orchestrating a wide-ranging cover-up afterward.  Read more.

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