DeOnte Rawlings Washington Post Coverage

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Detention hearing for suspects in man's slaying after funeral: Judge cites evidence that Rawlings was 'stalked,' 'ambushed' (Post, December 2, 2009)
Second arrest in Rawlings slaying (Post, November 20, 2009; 7:18 PM)
Arrest made in fatal D.C. bus shooting of Rawlings: Teen charged with first-degree murder in attack after funeral (Post, November 17, 2009)
Arrest made in Rawlings case, police sources say (Post, November 15, 2009)
Brother of Rawlings shot as he boards bus: Victim had left funeral of a 19-year-old gunned down on Halloween (Post, November 12, 2009)
Witness to Police Killing Sentenced in SE Shooting (Post, May 2, 2009)
5.5 SECONDS: Nineteen months ago, DeOnté Rawlings, a teen suspected of stealing a minibike, was killed in an exchange of gunfire. The off-duty D.C. police officers involved were investigated and cleared. But do the reports add up? (Post, April 19, 2009)
Man Killed by Officer Was Metrobus Driver: Initial Probe Finds No Violation, Chief Says (Post, March 10, 2009)
One Year Later, Some Details in Fatal Shooting of 14-Year-Old (By Courtland Milloy, September 24, 2008)
D.C. Seals Findings In Police Shooting: No Further Details On Death of Boy, 14 (Post, September 18, 2008)
D.C. Might Reveal Details Of DeOnté Rawlings Probe (Post, September 6, 2008)
POLICE: Department Clears Officers in Fatal Shooting of Teen (Post, September 5, 2008)
District Adding Gunfire Sensors (Post, July 5, 2008)
Officers in Killing to Return to Jobs: D.C. Police Continue Investigation Into Shooting of Teen (Post, May 10, 2008)
Police Union Says Fenty Unwelcome: Invitation to Event Withdrawn Over Response to Shooting (Post, May 9, 2008)
Street Talk and Testimony Aren't the Same Thing (By Courtland Milloy, May 5, 2008)
Openness Promised In Probe Of Killing: Facts Will be Public In Rawlings Case, D.C. Police Say (Post, May 3, 2008)
No Federal Charges in DeOnté Rawlings Shooting Case (Post, May 2, 2008)
D.C. POLICE: U.S. Relaxing Use-of-Force Scrutiny (Post, April 15, 2008)

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