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NEW ORLEANS (AP) — A federal judge refused Thursday to free four former New Orleans police officers from custody while they await a new trial on charges in the deadly shootings on a bridge in Hurricane Katrina's aftermath.
A federal jury on Friday convicted five current or former police officers in the deadly shootings on a New Orleans bridge after Hurricane Katrina.
Jurors on Wednesday began deciding the fate of five current or former police officers charged in deadly shootings on a New Orleans bridge in the chaotic aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
Four police officers are accused of gunning down two unarmed people in the chaotic aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in the latest twist for a corruption-plagued police department that already faces several federal investigations.
Four more New Orleans police officers have been charged in the deadly shootings of two people in Hurricane Katrina's chaotic aftermath and could face the death penalty for the killings, which have brought down a string of other officers.