Evidence of Murder Surfaces in Post-Katrina Chaos

New Evidence Surfaces in Post-Katrina Crimes
By A.C. Thompson

July 11, 2009

The Nation - Television news reports are casting new light on the violence that flourished in New Orleans in the anarchic days after Hurricane Katrina in 2005.

The reports--broadcast Thursday by WTAE TV in Pittsburgh and WDSU in New Orleans--focus on two unsolved crimes: the near-fatal shooting of Donnell Herrington, who was allegedly attacked by a group of white vigilantes in the Algiers Point neighborhood, and the murder of Henry Glover, whose charred remains were discovered on a Mississippi River levee. Both victims are African American. Read more.


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