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Jack B. Johnson, who is serving an 87-month sentence, says he has evidence of ‘probable law enforcement misconduct’
The man was left in a semi-vegetative state by the encounter in Charles County, a complaint says.
Incidents in which police used Tasers to control violent, disturbed people led to charges and controversy.
Gov. Hogan was eager for National Guard to restore order, but Mayor Rawlings-Blake feared escalating a tense situation.
Stephanie Rawlings-Blake picks herself up after public backlash on the heels of Freddie Gray’s death.
And so will Billy Martin’s high-profile client list, from Lewinsky’s mom to Chandra Levy’s parents.
Some of the victims didn’t receive protection, but others were offered protection and turned it down.
After witnessing a slaying, a police informant in the federal protection program had to begin a new life.
FBI agent under investigation for alleged evidence-tampering intends to cooperate, his lawyer says.
Former Prince George’s County executive Jack Johnson is scheduled to be sentenced Tuesday after pleading guilty earlier this year to extortion and witness and evidence tampering. The Post’s Miranda Spivack will be tweeting from federal court in Greenbelt.