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Four NYPD Cops In Sean Bell Shooting Lose Jobs

March 26, 2012
The New York Police Department has fired the detective who sparked a 50-round fusillade leading to the death of a man outside a Queens strip club on his wedding day.

NYPD Officers Face Police Trial In Sean Bell Shooting

October 25, 2011
Two New York City police detectives involved in the Sean Bell shooting in 2006 have offered to retire, while two other officers defended their actions in the department's trial room on Monday.

Detectives Acquitted in Sean Bell Shooting Face Departmental Discipline

June 2, 2011
The three detectives acquitted in the Sean Bell shooting death will appear in the NYPD trial room Thursday as part of the disciplinary process against them.

NYC Pays $7 Million To Settle Federal Suit In Sean Bell Shooting

July 28, 2010
The city will pay $3.25 million to the children of Bell's fiance Nicole and $3.9 million to two of Bell's friends who were injured in the shooting. Joseph Guzman will receive $3 million and Trent Benefield will receive $900,000.

No Federal Charges Against Officers in Sean Bell Shooting

February 16, 2010
More than three years after the fatal police shooting of Sean Bell, federal prosecutors have decided not to bring a civil rights case against the New York City police officers involved in the case.

Sean Bell's Loved Ones Say 'Serious' Chance of Civil Rights Case

November 20, 2008
Sean Bell's family met with federal prosecutors Tuesday and came away believing the feds could press a civil rights case against cops who gunned down the unarmed groom-to-be.

Al Sharpton on Trial, Not Cops, Judge Says

October 9, 2008
A Manhattan judge warned Monday he won't let the Rev. Al Sharpton argue the history of police brutality in his minitrial over protests after the Sean Bell verdict. Manhattan Criminal Court Judge Larry Stephen cut off a lawyer for one of Sharpton's co-defendants who brought up other questionable police shootings.
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