Baltimore may pay $200,000 to the family of an unarmed Marine veteran killed by an off-duty city police officer.
Fifteen years. That’s how long a Baltimore police officer will spend behind bars for shooting a Marine outside a nightclub. A judge handed down the sentence after emotional words from both families.
A federal judge gives the go ahead to a lawsuit filed by the family of an unarmed Marine shot 12 times by a Baltimore City police officer outside of a nightclub. If the lawsuit succeeds, the city could pay out millions for the actions of a police officer already convicted in criminal court.
A federal judge has decided which claims against Baltimore officials can go forward in a lawsuit over the shooting of an Iraq war veteran by an off-duty officer outside a nightclub.
Baltimore City now faces a multi-million dollar civil lawsuit, in part for keeping Officer Gahiji Tshamba on the police force—despite his troubled past. On Thursday, a judge found Tshamba guilty of manslaughter for shooting an unarmed Marine.
Making his case. A city officer on trial for murder gets a chance to present his defense.
More troubling accusations against the Baltimore police officer charged with killing a man.
Was it self-defense or a senseless murder? That’s what a judge must decide as he hears more dramatic testimony in the trial of Officer Gahiji Tshamba.
An off-duty city police officer has been charged with killing an unarmed Marine outside a nightclub. One of Officer Gahiji Tshamba’s supervisors now says he appeared drunk that night.
The trial of a Baltimore police officer charged with shooting an unarmed man to death outside a nightclub is set to begin this week.
The trial of a Baltimore police officer charged with shooting an unarmed man to death outside a nightclub has been postponed a second time.
Relatives of an unarmed man shot to death by a Baltimore police officer last summer have filed a multimillion-dollar wrongful death lawsuit.