The DeOnté Rawlings Investigation

DeOnté Rawlings
Fourteen-year-old DeOnté Rawlings, above, was shot and killed Sept. 17, 2007, by off-duty D.C. police officer James Haskel after a confrontation over the officer's stolen minibike. An internal police investigation cleared Haskel of any wrongdoing.
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A Southeast Washington man who is a key witness in the fatal police shooting of 14-year-old DeOnté Rawlings in September 2007 was sentenced yesterday to six months in prison for shooting his pregnant girlfriend in the face a month after DeOnté's death.
 
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)
 
Officers in Killing to Return to Jobs: D.C. Police Continue Investigation Into Shooting of Teen (Post, May 10, 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)
 
In Time of Grief, a Family Struggles With Crime, Police: Father: 'I Need Some Justice for My Son' (Post, April 6, 2008)
 
There's No Justice After a Child Is Killed (By Courtland Milloy, March 21, 2008)
 
City and Two Officers Sued By Parents of Slain Boy, 14 (Post, October 24, 2007)
 
Investigators Still Seek Witnesses in Shooting of Teen: Appeal Made for Public's Help to Resolve Questions Over Officers' Role (Post, September 28, 2007)
 

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