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November 30, 2005
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Angry NY cops fill courthouse for arraignment

The story was reported by WIL CRUZ, ANTHONY M. DESTEFANO, DAN JANISON, DAVID LEPESKA, HERBERT LOWE and ROCCO PARASCANDOLA. It was written by DeStefano
 
Copyright 2005 Newsday, Inc.
Newsday (New York)

Facing a sea of silent, angry cops and court officers, the suspect in the killing of Police Officer Dillon Stewart shuffled into a Brooklyn courtroom yesterday and pleaded not guilty to murder charges.

A tall, gangly man who had a bandage over his left eyebrow, Allan Cameron, 27, stood quietly, his hands cuffed behind his back and his legs tethered, during the five-minute arraignment in Brooklyn criminal court.

Full story: Angry NY cops fill courthouse for arraignment






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