NY1 At 20: 2007 Report Looks At Officer Indictments In Sean Bell Case
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As NY1 News revisits its 20-year history, the station looks back at reporter Molly Kroon's March 19, 2007 coverage of the formal indictments of three NYPD officers in the Sean Bell shooting case.
NY1 FOLLOW-UP: In 2008, the three officers involved in the fatal shooting were acquitted of all criminal charges in connection with the case. Two years later, prosecutors announced that no federal charges would be brought against the officers. In December of last year, the NYPD found that Detective Gescard Isnora broke departmental rules when he opened fire on the car Sean Bell was riding in. Police Commissioner Ray Kelly will decide whether or not Isnora will lose his job.