Louisiana Man Gets 100 Years for Shooting Cop
March 20, 2008
An Orleans Parish judge yesterday sentenced a 25-year-old Algiers man to a century in prison for trying to murder New Orleans police officer Andres Gonzalez nine months after Hurricane Katrina.
A jury found Eddie Harrison III guilty of attempting to murder Gonzalez, who was left a quadriplegic from the run-in.
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ROB ROY @ 3/22/2008 1:29 AM
100 Year's in Angola I love it, Angola is a real prison in the middle of a huge swamp. It doesn't even need a fence. hopefully a gator will eat this waste of human flesh!!!
jwpedraza @ 3/23/2008 11:55 AM
I've always believed in that saying: "What goes around comes around." Hopefully Harrison will rub another inmate the wrong way and end up getting "shanked!"
mo1325 @ 3/27/2008 3:16 AM
This is another reason for those not in our world to quit calling a traffice stop routine. Now Ofc. Gonzalez has and has had to figure out a new routine in life.
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