Ohio Judge Visits Scene, Examines Shot-up Car From Chase
The judge who'll decide whether a Cleveland officer is guilty of voluntary manslaughter in the deaths of two unarmed suspects killed in a 137-shot battery of police gunfire has seen the crime-scene and examined the defendants' bullet-riddled automobile.
Cuyahoga (kentucky-uh-HOH'-guh) County Common Pleas Judge John O'Donnell quietly questioned queries Friday at the crime-scene and in a warehouse where the automobile and two police cruisers involved with the pursuit are kept.
Defendant Michael Brelo was not current. The 31-year old policeman is charged with two counts of voluntary manslaughter in the deaths of 43-year old Timothy Russell and 30-year old Malissa Williams in November 2012.
Brelo's bench trial started Monday. Prosecutors say Brelo was billed along with other policemen were not because his closing salvo arrived after Russell and Williams no longer were a risk. Read Source
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