Danroy Henry Killing
A year ago, a New York police officer fatally shot Pace University football player Danroy Henry Jr. Due to questionable accounts of the incident, Henry’s family says they haven’t moved on, and are still searching for answers.
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. — The police officer who killed a college football player during a disturbance outside a New York bar is suing a liquor store for allegedly helping the student get drunk. A lawyer for Pleasantville Officer Aaron Hess says Danroy Henry Jr.’s Oct. 17 death would not have happened if Henry had been […]
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. — The parents of a college football player are suing the policeman who shot and killed him, calling the shooting an “unconscionable use of force.” In a complaint to be filed Wednesday afternoon, Danroy Henry Sr. and Angella Henry of Easton, Mass., say the officer violated the civil and constitutional rights of […]
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. —The police killing of a college football player was “nothing short of intentional murder,” a lawyer for the student’s family said Thursday as he renewed his demand for an independent prosecutor to investigate the off-campus shooting. Attorney Michael Sussman’s charge was an escalation of his previous comments on the Oct. 17 killing […]
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. — A college football player dared a policeman to shoot him after a teammate was fatally wounded by another officer, according to a newly filed police account.
WHITE PLAINS (NYPost)— A judge has refused to release 911 calls and other evidence to the parents of a college football player who was shot and killed by police, saying they failed to include any firsthand account of what happened. Danroy and Angella Henry of Easton, Mass., had requested access to any audio and video […]
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