A police officer convicted of beating a University of Maryland student in 2010 after a rowdy student celebration that followed the Maryland basketball team’s win over Duke is scheduled to be sentenced.
Prince George’s County has agreed to pay about $3.6 million to 10 people who were either falsely arrested or injured by police during a post-game celebration at the University of Maryland.
The defense has rested and closing arguments are expected Friday in the trial of two Prince George’s County police officers accused of beating a University of Maryland student during a frenzied celebration of the basketball team’s victory over Duke in 2010.
A judge has dropped the most serious charges against two Prince George’s County police officers accused of assaulting a University of Maryland student following a post basketball game celebration in 2010.
Paul Solotroff, author of the controversial James Harrison piece in Men’s Journal, joined the Mike Wise Show to talk about his sit-down with Harrison.