No charges will be filed against police officers involved in the shooting death of DJ Henry outside a New York nightclub last October.
The father, Danroy Henry Sr. of Easton, Mass., said after his testimony Friday that he did not like having to talk about how his son died rather than how he lived.
The parents of a college football player who was shot dead in his car by police announced Tuesday that they plan a $120 million lawsuit against the suburban towns whose officers were involved.
The father of a fatally wounded New York college football player said Wednesday he thinks a lawyer’s description of the shooting tends to favor his son and not the lawyer’s police-officer client.
Danroy Henry Sr. and his family are meeting with Sen. Scott Brown and Sen. John Kerry and will ask the Justice Department to perform an independent investigation into the shooing death of DJ Henry last month.
A family lawyer says independent tests on the blood of a college student killed by police confirm his alcohol level was above the legal limit for driving.
A judge has refused to release 911 calls and other evidence to the parents of a college football player from Easton who was shot and killed by New York police.
The parents of D.J. Henry have met with the district attorney coordinating the investigation into their son’s shooting death.
A lawyer for the family of DJ Henry claims an officer was not in harm’s way when he fired the first shot in the deadly incident.
Family, friends and teammates of D.J. Henry are gathering in Boston to remember his life and legacy.