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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Kenneth Furr
An off-duty D.C. police officer convicted of assault with a dangerous weapon and solicitation of prostitution will spend three years on probation for an incident that ended with him drunkenly firing a gun into a car full of people.
Gray hires new chief of staff; O'Malley tours Irene damage; Ex-D.C. officials (still) calling for lottery probe; D.C. officer in transgender shooting has prior alcohol run-ins; Va. county official sent embezzled money to Nigeria; Maryland resumes wind-energy talks; Bolling: Obama's policies 'anti-business.'
A drunken off-duty Metropolitan Police Department officer fired a gun and wounded a person among a group of people — some of whom were transgender — after a confrontation with them early Friday morning, police said.
Transgender rights groups were organizing a rally for Friday night at the site of the shooting to bring attention to the incident and to call for an end to "transphobia in the police department," he said.