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Police under investigation for fatal shooting days after Katrina

Times-Picayune reporters Brendan McCarthy and Laura Maggi and ProPublica's A.C. Thompson report that "a former New Orleans police officer is under investigation for shooting Henry Glover" four days after Hurricane Katrina.  Weeks after the storm, Glover's remains were found in a burned out car on the Algiers levee.  Investigators now believe that he was shot by David Warren who was an officer with the New Orleans Police Department at the time.  This story is part of "Law & Disorder", a continuing series looking at police shootings in New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina.

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