Ex-Cops On Trial For Slaying Over Stolen Pizza Claim Self-DefensePhilly.com
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CHAUNCEY ELLISON and Robin Fortune, two fired Philadelphia cops, pleaded not guilty yesterday to charges stemming from a 2008 incident that began with a stolen slice of pizza and ended when Ellison shot a man off duty.
Ellison, 40, is charged with voluntary manslaughter, conspiracy, reckless endangerment and possession of an instrument of crime in the death of Lawrence Allen, 20, whom he shot Nov. 17, 2008.