Sunday, February 28, 2010

Post-Hurricane Katrina Police Misconduct Case: Former Police Officer Pleads Guilty To Danziger Bridge Shooting Cover-up Of Stunning Breadth

 
Former Lt. Michael Lohman retired from the New Orleans Police Department earlier this month.  
Post-Hurricane Katrina Police Misconduct Case: Former Police Officer Pleads Guilty To Danziger Bridge Shooting Cover-up Of Stunning Breadth 

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2 comments:

Paul said...

How horrifically ironic that it may be that New Orleans citizens may have had the Police and Blackwater guards to fear more than their fellow citizens during Katrina.

In addition since so much attention is being paid to New Orleans these days I wish the media would take the initiative to do more follow up on correcting the exaggerations they made about the extent of the murders, rapes, and supposed helicopter shootings that they first reported during Katrina. This left some otherwise sympathetic Americans from giving as much of themselves as they would have liked to, and demonized parts of the City.

Gulf officials and the media have the world's ear these months and they need to correct some of the false rumors that still are prevalent in mainstream America.

Oh and by the way, GEAUX SAINTS!

Paul Harris
Author, "Diary From the Dome, Reflections on Fear and Privilege During Katrina"

Paul said...

How horrifically ironic that it may be that New Orleans citizens may have had the Police and Blackwater guards to fear more than their fellow citizens during Katrina.

In addition since so much attention is being paid to New Orleans these days I wish the media would take the initiative to do more follow up on correcting the exaggerations they made about the extent of the murders, rapes, and supposed helicopter shootings that they first reported during Katrina. This left some otherwise sympathetic Americans from giving as much of themselves as they would have liked to, and demonized parts of the City.

Gulf officials and the media have the world's ear these months and they need to correct some of the false rumors that still are prevalent in mainstream America.

Oh and by the way, GEAUX SAINTS!

Paul Harris
Author, "Diary From the Dome, Reflections on Fear and Privilege During Katrina"