Sep 14, 2015

Bond Denied for Ex-Cop on Murder Charge in Black Man's Death - ABC News

A white former South Carolina police officer charged with murder in the shooting death of a black motorist won't be released before his trial. Circuit Judge Clifton Newman on Monday denied bond for Michael Slager. In a brief order, he said releasing Slager would "constitute an unreasonable...

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