Ex-cops get prison time for post-Katrina shootings


A judge today sentenced five former New Orleans police officers to prison for their role in the Danzinger Bridge shooting, which took place less than a week after Hurricane Katrina struck and left two civilians dead. The longest sentence of 65 years in prison went to a former cop by the name of Robert Faulcon, who was convicted on charges related to both fatal shootings.

The New York Times has the full article.