10 years later, attorney goes after Pa. police
Jonathan D. Silver Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Copyright 2005 P.G. Publishing Co.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pennsylvania)
Ten years after a Pittsburgh Housing Authority police officer shot an unarmed motorist to death in the Armstrong Tunnels, a coalition yesterday alleged that Pittsburgh Police Chief Robert W. McNeilly Jr. and former top police officials might have broken the law in connection with the case and requested an independent investigation of their actions.
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