Henry Green

Protests erupted in June 2016 after the fatal police shooting of Henry Green.
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The U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals has re-opened the door for a wrongful death lawsuit against Columbus Police officers Zachary Rosen and Jason Bare, over the fatal shooting of Henry Green in 2016.

Franklin County Prosecutor Ron O'Brien, right, speaks alongside Cincinnati Police Chief Eliot Isaac, left, during a news conference to discuss cases linked to Samuel Little, Friday, June 7, 2019, in Columbus.
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A grand jury last year indicted former Columbus Police Vice officer Andrew Mitchell on charges of murder and voluntary manslaughter for killing Donna Castleberry. It was first time in two decades that a Franklin County grand jury voted to indict an officer for fatally shooting a civilian.

Adrienne Hood is the mother of Henry Green, who was killed by plainclothes Columbus Police officers about four years ago.
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Adrienne Hood's son Henry Green died in 2016 when two plainclothes Columbus Police officers shot him in a South Linden neighborhood.

Four years after Green's killing, Hood has mixed feelings about the police reforms being proposed by Gov. Mike DeWine and other local leaders.

Adrienne Hood is the mother of Henry Green, who was killed by plainclothes Columbus Police officers about four years ago.
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Hundreds of people in red shirts gathered at Columbus City Hall on Friday for a march to the Statehouse in honor of families who have lost loved ones during police encounters. 

The families of Henry Green and Tyre King demanded independent investigations in both fatal shooting cases.
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A federal judge has dismissed a wrongful death lawsuit against Columbus Police officers over the 2016 shooting of Henry Green by undercover officers.

The families of Henry Green and Tyre King demanded independent investigations in both fatal shooting cases.
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The estate of a Columbus man fatally shot by two police officers who said he opened fire on them has sued the city and the officers, alleging wrongful death and civil rights violations.

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An investigation by the Columbus Police found that the kicking of a handcuffed suspect by officer Zachary Rosen was "outside of policy" and "unreasonable."

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Officer Zachary Rosen remains on non-patrol duties as Columbus Police and city leaders investigate circumstances surrounding a video showing Rosen kicking a suspect.

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A Columbus Police officer has been reassigned to nonepatrol duty indefinitely following investigations of an incident caught on camera. The cell phone video shows the officer kicking a handcuffed suspect in the head.

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A grand jury decided not to indict two Columbus Police officers, Zachary Rosen and Jason Bare, who shot and killed 23-year-old Henry Green in June 2016.

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Monday marked the first day in the grand jury trial of two Columbus police officers who shot and killed 23-year-old Henry Green in June 2016. A decision on whether or not the officers will be indicted could be released as soon as Friday.

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Mayor Andrew Ginther at his State of the City address on Thursday is expected to announce plans to extend a controversial summer policing program year-round.

The Summer Safety Initiative targets higher-crime areas with increased patrols - something that activists say unfairly targets minority neighborhoods. 

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This summer’s shootings of two African-Americans by Columbus Police officers has brought attention to the divisions patrolling practices. One of the most cited examples by community leaders is the summer policing program which aims to reduce crime in targeted neighborhoods.

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After protesters took over a city council meeting last week, council members reached out to leaders from the local organization, People's Justice Project to establish a negotiation. 

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On Friday morning, 35 young officers sit in starched white uniforms at the auditorium of the Columbus Police Academy. Family and friends in their best suits and dresses have come to celebrate their accomplishment.


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