Guilty plea by New Orleans officer in 2012 drug raid death; apologizes to slain man's familyThe Republic
Aug. 22, 2013
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NEW ORLEANS — A New Orleans police officer apologized in court Friday to the family of the unarmed man he shot to death during a 2012 drug raid, then was led off in handcuffs to begin a four-year sentence after pleading guilty to manslaughter.