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DJ Henry

Boston Activists Rally In Support Of Baltimore ProtestsDemonstrators took to the streets of Boston in solidarity with Baltimore protesters rioting after the death of Freddie Gray.
US Prosecutor: No Civil Rights Charges In Shooting Of DJ Henry A prosecutor says no federal civil rights charges will be brought in the 2010 shooting death of Danroy Henry Jr.
'Thunderclap' Organized To Mark 3 Years Since Shooting Death Of DJ HenryOn the three year anniversary of the shooting death of Easton native DJ Henry, supporters say they are leveraging social media to make sure he's not forgotten.
Attorney: Police Admitted To Lying About DJ Henry ShootingThe family of DJ Henry, a Pace University student from Easton who was shot and killed by police outside a bar in Mount Pleasant, New York in 2010, says they finally have evidence of a police cover-up.
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NightSide Weekend Commentary - Race In AmericaTwo shootings, two different reactions.
DJ Henry Case Documents Describe 'Chaotic' Scene A police document indicates that a New York officer feared he'd shot a colleague during a chaotic 2010 incident that resulted in the death of a college football player from Massachusetts.
Judge OKs Release Of Evidence In Shooting Of DJ HenryThe evidence gathered in a lawsuit over the fatal police shooting of a New York college student may soon be made public.
NightSide - D.J. Henry's Parents Were In Studio To Talk About The DJ Dream FundThe DJ Henry Tragedy – One Year Later
Varitek To Attend DJ Henry FundraiserRed Sox catcher Jason Varitek is taking part in a fundraiser next month to raise money for the D.J. Dream Fund, named after D.J. Henry.
Jay-Z, Kanye West Dedicate Song To D.J. HenryJay-Z and Kanye West have dedicated a song to a Pace University student killed by a police officer.
Fund Honoring DJ Henry Will Help Young AthletesA foundation established by the family of a slain Pace University student has joined with a nonprofit to provide sports equipment and membership fees for needy children in Massachusetts.