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DOJ: Unanimous decision, not enough sufficient evidence in the shooting case of Alton Sterling

DOJ: Unanimous decision, not enough sufficient evidence in the shooting case of Alton Sterling

Posted by Daniel Banguel on Wednesday, May 3, 2017 Baton Rouge, LA (PPN) – On Wednesday, May 3, the Department of Justice held a press conference to make an “official” announcement for the decision made in the fatal shooting of Alton Sterling. The two Baton Rouge police officers that were involved are Blane Salamoni and Howie Lake II. Salamoni(…)

DOJ official announcement today at 1 pm

DOJ official announcement today at 1 pm

Baton Rouge, LA (PPN) – The Department of Justice notified Governor Edwards that the “official” announcement in the Alton Sterling investigation will be given Wednesday morning. The Washington Post leaked the decision Tuesday, one day before the DOJ contacted the Governor and Mayor of Baton Rouge. “[It] hurts so bad” Sandra Sterling said after reading the(…)

Baton Rouge Mayor: ‘No one in my office has been notified by the U.S. Attorney office’

Baton Rouge Mayor: ‘No one in my office has been notified by the U.S. Attorney office’

Baton Rouge – The Washington Post released the story about the decision in the Alton Sterling case. However, Mayor Weston-Broome has not confirmed this information. The Mayor released this statement (Source: Max 94.1 ) Please see below from Mayor-President Sharon Weston Broome: “I am appalled that this news, whether true or false, has been disseminated(…)

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