Nouman Raja, the former Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, police officer who, in 2019, was convicted of manslaughter and attempted murder for the 2015 shooting death of Black musician Corey Jones tried unsuccessfully to appeal his conviction and put an end to his 25-year prison sentence.
The cop who killed Corey Jones was convicted.
The Florida cop who fatally shot Corey Jones lied to investigators. Newly released evidence contradicts his sworn statements.
The Palm Beach Gardens Police Department confirmed Nouman Raja's termination Wednesday. Raja, who was in plainclothes on the night of Oct. 18, shot and killed 31-year-old Corey Jones on the highway.
Palm Beach Gardens Police Officer Nouman Raja, who killed Corey Jones as he waited for roadside assistance, was still on probation and therefore unqualified for undercover surveillance work.
Corey Jones' final moments may have been recorded, revealing clues about the night he was shot by a Florida police officer after his car broke down on the side of the road.
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