August 18, 2015 Ronnie Greene's new book explores a case dating back to the days after Hurricane Katrina, when New Orleans police officers shot six unarmed civilians on the Danziger Bridge in East New Orleans.
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September 17, 2013 A judge said five former New Orleans police officers deserve a new trial because of the "grotesque" misconduct of federal prosecutors. The officers were convicted in connection to the shooting deaths of two men in the aftermath of Katrina.
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