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Tag: Michael Lohman

Ex-New Orleans Police Lt. Pleads Guilty to Covering Up Police Shooting Involving Mulitiple Victims: FBI Probe Continues

new orleans police badgeBy Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

In what appears to be a big break in a long drawn out investigation, a former lieutenant for the New Orleans police department pleaded guilty Wednesday in U.S. District Court  to covering up a police shooting involving multiple victims in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, the Justice Department said.

Ex-Lt. Michael Lohman pleaded guilty to obstruction of justice in connection with the Sept. 4, 2005 shooting on the Danziger Bridge that resulted in two people dying and four being seriously wounded. Authorities said the investigation into the matter is continuing.

Authorities said the incident involved at least seven police officers, who drove to the Danziger Bridge “in a rental truck in response to a call for police assistance.”

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FBI Probe Into New Orleans Police Officer Shootings After Katrina Gaining Traction

new-orleans-map-istockBy Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

The FBI in New Orleans appears to making headway in its probe into the shootings of six people on Danziger Bridge just after Hurricane Katrina hit.

The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports that recently retired New Orleans police Lt. Michael Lohman, who helped investigate the shootings, but was not involved with them, is expected to cop a plea on Wednesday.

The paper cited the Associated Press as saying that the ex-official was cooperating with the feds.

The state case against the officers fell apart because of prosecutorial misconduct. In 2008, the feds started investigating the shooting and the investigation into the shootings.

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