Journal News, Huffington Post, and others: Charges against DJ Henry’s peers are dismissed

The Journal News online, the Pleasantville Patch and many other media reported that the charges against four football players arrested after their teammate DJ Henry was killed by a police officer were dismissed. More than 20 television stations from Boston to New York covered the story.

The Journal News online and many other media reported that chargest against the four football players that were arrested after their teammate DJ Henry was killed by a police officer were finally dismissed. More than 20 television stations from Boston to New York covered the story.

From left, attorney Bonitra Zelman, Pace University students Joseph Romanick, Daniel Parker,Yves Delpeche, Joseph Garcia and attorney Warren J. Bennia stand March 24, 2011 before Judge Robert Ponzini at Mt. Pleasant Town Court who dismissed all charges against the four defendants who were charged after the shooting death of Danroy "D.J". Henry. / Joe Larese / The Journal News

An excerpt from The Journal News (LoHud) article:

Henry’s mother, Angela Henry, arrived at Town Court after the hearing. She hugged her son’s friends, wiping tears from her eyes, and said the dismissal was one step to getting justice for her son.

“They should be commended for the work they did to save the life of their dying friend,” she said.

Yves Delpeche wipes away tears after the charges were dismissed. Credit Sarah Studley

Read more in The Journal News,  The Pleasantville-Briarcliff Manor Patch, The Huffington Post, and NBCSports.com.

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