This week, Democrats, led by President Joe Biden and their allies in the media, continued their false, smear-filled and ongoing attacks on law enforcement.
By MICHAEL BALSAMO September 24, 2021
WASHINGTON (AP) — An officer in the nation’s capital has been indicted on a murder charge for his role in a fatal vehicle accident during a police chase that sparked two days of protests and clashes.
Federal prosecutors announced Friday that Terrence Sutton, 37, was indicted on second-degree murder, conspiracy and obstruction of justice charges in connection with the death of 20-year-old Karon Hylton-Brown, who died after a pursuit in Washington, D.C. in October 2020.
Hylton died after his moped crashed into a car while he was being pursued by Sutton and other police officers.
City police regulations forbid high-speed pursuits over minor traffic violations. Police have said officers tried to stop Hylton because he was riding his moped on the sidewalk without a helmet.