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Onion Field Cop Killer: Coming Together for Justice

October 25, 2011
The members of the Los Angeles Police Protective League are extremely gratified that the California Board of Parole hearings recommended against granting a compassionate release from prison to Gregory Powell, the infamous "Onion Field" cop killer.

N.Y. Cop Killer Charged with Possessing 'Escape Paraphernalia'

October 20, 2011
Ralph "Bucky" Phillips, who shot one New York State Police trooper to death and wounded two others five years ago during the largest manhunt in state history, has been accused of stuffing a sweat shirt with other clothes, to make it look like a dummy.

Onion Field Cop Killer: No 'Compassionate' Release

October 8, 2011
Gregory Powell wants another chance at getting out of prison. He has cancer, and believes that fact should justify a "compassionate release." Never mind that he showed Ian Campbell absolutely no mercy and tried to murder Campbell's partner Karl Hettinger that same night in that same onion field.

Ala. Man who Ran Down Deputy Apologizes To Family

October 5, 2011
A day after he was convicted of running over and killing a Lee County Sheriff's deputy, Lance Henderson offered an emotional apology to the deputy's family. Henderson said, "I want to tell the family that I'm very sorry, and I ask that you one day will learn to forgive me."

Officers Rescue Wounded Comrades Trapped In House with Armed Fugitive

October 1, 2011

Five officers from the St. Petersburg (Fla.) Police Department were instrumental in the attempted rescue of three officers ambushed inside of a house.

Fla. Cop Killer Executed, Declared Dead at 7:15 p.m.

September 28, 2011
Manuel Valle, 61, was put to death by lethal injection at Florida State Prison for the murder of Officer Louis Pena, who had pulled Valle over for running a red light in 1978.

Fla. To Execute Cop Killer 30 Years After Death Sentence Given

September 27, 2011
A man who killed a Coral Gables (Fla.) Police officer at a traffic stop is set to serve his sentence on Wednesday, eight weeks after his initial execution date. Manuel Valle is set to receive an injection of a new mixture of lethal drugs.

Detroit Man Takes Plea Deal In Officer's Killing, Avoids Life

September 26, 2011
A Detroit man set to go on trial for first-degree murder in the shooting death of a Livonia police officer pleaded no contest this morning to second-degree murder, sparing himself a prison term of life without parole.

Ga. Cop Killer Executed, Proclaims Innocence From Gurney

September 21, 2011
Moments before state-administered lethal drugs ended his life, the man convicted of killing a Savannah police officer proclaimed his innocence from a gurney and asked for mercy for those about to kill him.

Ga. Authorities Reject Troy Davis' Polygraph Request

September 21, 2011
Troy Davis' offer to take a polygraph test to stave off his execution today by lethal injection has been rejected by Georgia authorities who plan to carry out the sentence.

Parole Board Denies Clemency for Ga. Cop Killer

September 20, 2011
On Tuesday, Georgia's Board of Pardons and Paroles denied clemency for Troy Davis, convicted of shooting an officer in the chest and face. The move paves the way for his death by lethal injection on Wednesday.

Ga. Parole Board to Determine Fate of Convicted Cop Killer

September 19, 2011
Georgia's Board of Pardons and Paroles is now meeting to determine whether to grant clemency to Troy Anthony Davis or allow his execution set for Wednesday to go forward as planned. Davis sits on death row for the 1989 murder of an off-duty Savannah police officer, Mark Allen MacPhail.

Cop Killer Strikes Out in Prison Lawsuit

August 25, 2011
The panel deliberated just five hours Wednesday before rejecting Woods' civil suit seeking damages from the city and five Rikers Island guards for a purported 2007 jailhouse beating.

What Gets You Killed

August 9, 2011

Each year the FBI compiles a special report on law enforcement officers killed and assaulted (LEOKA). Although it's a grim topic, much can be learned about the behavior of cop killers and the cops who are feloniously killed by analyzing the source data.

Intoxicated Illegal Who Killed Houston Cop Had Six Warrants

July 25, 2011
The intoxicated illegal alien who struck and killed a Houston Police officer in late May while weaving around emergency vehicles had six arrest warrants and had been caught four times driving without a license.

Poplawski Gets Death for Killing 3 Pittsburgh Officers

June 29, 2011
A jury gave Richard Poplawski a death sentence for the ambush killing of three Pittsburgh Police officers two years ago. The panel of seven men and five women brought in from Dauphin County announced their decision at 6:59 p.m. Tuesday.

Poplawski's Vest Stopped Police Rounds

June 23, 2011
One of Officer Mayhle's eight, .40-caliber rounds was recovered from Poplawski's vest. Investigators also matched casings found inside the home with Mayhle's service weapon.

Pittsburgh Ambush Trial: Poplawski Confessed In Phone Calls

June 22, 2011
Richard Poplawski admitted in phone calls to a friend and 911 dispatchers he was killing police officers at his home, witnesses testified Tuesday in his capital murder trial.

Trial Begins In Killing of Three Pittsburgh Officers

June 20, 2011
Deputy District Attorney Mark V. Tranquilli told Dauphin County jurors he expected the trial to last about two weeks, and said the case was about "fallen heroes and potentially fallen heroes."

Dallas Officer's Killer Won't Face Death Penalty

June 11, 2011
A Dallas County jury returned a guilty verdict against a man who fatally shot a police officer attempting to serve an arrest warrant, and also rejected a capital murder charge.
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