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    Pace University Football Player Danroy Henry Killed At Police Shooting-10/19/10


  Sussman Hires Own Medical Examiners In Henry's Death-10/21/10


  Brown calls for full inquiry into shooting death of player-10/21/10


Danroy Henry, Jr., 20

Autopsy leak outrages father of Pace University student-10/21/10


October 17, 2010

Source: Autopsy shows Pace
student was drunk when


Pace University Autopsy report released on NY college student-12/4/10 Article 

Henry lawyer rejects
toxicogy report that Pace
student was drunk when
shot by cops-12/4/10


  Family attorney retraces DJ Henry's final night; father denies son was drunk-12/7/10 Article

Tests confirm alcohol in slain Pace football player Danroy Henry Jr.-12/21/10


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Hours after playing in the homecoming football game, Danroy and two other young men were in a car parked in a fire lane outside Finnegan's Grill waiting for another friend. A police officer responding to an incident outside the bar asked him to move the car. As Henry complied and only moved a few feet, the police officer yelled stop. Then another officer jumped in front of the car and fired his weapon.  Danroy lost his life from the shots fired by the police.  Danroy’s parents and the police differ on the circumstances resulting in Danroy’s death.   Toxicology tests showed that Danroy’s blood-alcohol level was .13.


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