Ethan Saylor Death

Woman Testifies Before Senators About Son's Death In Police CustodyA grieving mother turns her pain into advocacy. Tuesday, a Frederick County woman testified on Capitol Hill about the death of her son--who had Down syndrome--in the custody of Frederick County deputies last year.
Ethan Saylor's Death May Change How Sheriff's Office OperatesThe case created a major push for change in the way first responders deal with the disabled.
Caretaker Speaks Out About Movie Theater Death Of Man With Down SyndromeDemanding answers. A petition calls for an independent investigation into the death of Ethan Saylor. He's the mentally disabled man who died in police custody in a Frederick movie theater last year. Now, for the first time, we hear from the aide who was with him that night.
Petition Calls For Justice For Md. Man With Down Syndrome Who Died In Police CustodyThe family of a Maryland man with Down syndrome who died in police custody is not giving up.
DOJ Examining Disabled Md. Man's In Custody DeathThe U.S. Department of Justice is investigating the death of a man with Down syndrome who died in police custody while being removed from a Frederick movie theater.
Had Officers Not Touched Him, Md. Man With Down Syndrome Might Still Be AliveA young man with Down Syndrome died as sheriff's deputies tried to force him out of a Frederick County movie theater. The sheriff's office has released their full investigative report on what happened inside that theater.
Report: New Details On Death Of Man At Md. TheaterPolice tried to forcibly remove a man with Down syndrome from a Maryland theater with tragic results, despite warnings from his caretaker that her client would "freak out" if they touched or spoke to him, according to her statement contained in an investigative file released Monday.
Advocacy Groups Want Investigation Into Death Of Man With Down SyndromeIt's a case that made national headlines. A Frederick County man with Down syndrome died in police custody and no charges were filed against the deputies. Now the Department of Justice may step in.
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