Disciplinary Trial Continues For NYPD Officer Who Fatally Shot 18-Year-Old Ramarley GrahamThursday marks the third day of testimony at the disciplinary trial for an NYPD officer who fatally shot an unarmed teenager after chasing him into his family home in the Bronx in 2012.
Disciplinary Trial Begins For Officer In 2012 Shooting Death Of Ramarley GrahamOfficer Richard Haste appeared Tuesday at an administrative court on departmental charges accusing him of failing to use proper tactics in the killing of 18-year-old Ramarley Graham.
Relatives, Supporters Demand Justice For Ramarley Graham, Bronx Teen Killed By Cop In 2012Relatives and supporters of an unarmed black teenager shot to death by a white NYPD officer are marching 17 miles to bring attention to their cause.
No Federal Charges In 2012 Fatal Police Shooting Of Ramarley GrahamRamarley Graham was 18 when he was shot once in the bathroom of his Bronx home by an officer who had barged inside during a drug investigation in February 2012.
Parents Ask Mayor De Blasio To Fire NYPD Officer In Ramarley Graham's DeathRamarley Graham was 18 when he was shot once in the bathroom of his Bronx home by an officer who had barged inside during a drug investigation.
Family Demands Answers From DOJ About Ramarley Graham's DeathThe Justice Department has been reviewing the case for the last year.
Lawmakers, Teen's Family Demand Justice For 2012 Fatal Police Shooting Of Ramarley GrahamThe 18-year-old was followed home and shot dead with his grandmother and 6-year-old brother in the apartment. Officer Richard Haste thought Graham was disposing of drugs and thought he had a gun.
Sources: Officer Who Shot Ramarley Graham To Be Charged WednesdayOfficer Richard Haste, 30, is expected to surrender on Wednesday morning on a first-degree manslaughter charge. Sources told CBS 2, Haste will be suspended from the NYPD once he turns himself in and is placed under arrest.

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