TECUMSEH — New details emerged Wednesday into Michael Galindo’s brutal slaying in March at the hands of fellow inmates at the prison north of town at a hearing in a first-degree murder case against Eric Ramos, the only inmate so far charged.But Nebraska State Patrol Investigator Neal Trantham, the lead investigator, said it’s hard to see on prison video but that between five and 15 inmates were involved in the initial assault on Galindo in a mini-yard March 2, according to videos at Tecumseh...
In a rambling statement to the judge Monday, Jamez Henderson cast the blame on the man he shot and killed last December and sneered at the 41-year-old's family in the courtroom.Henderson said Jamie Watson, who Lincoln police found in a trunk early Dec. 15, wasn't dead because he tried to buy drugs. "He's dead because he pulled that gun on me," he said. At the plea hearing in July and again Monday, Henderson, 33, maintained it was a matter of kill or be killed. "It's what happened.
The Nebraska Supreme Court on Friday reversed a Johnson County judge's ruling that a former Tecumseh prison officer was owed back pay for being suspended from his job without a chance to be heard after he got arrested.William White called Scott Busboom, then a major who reviewed disciplinary actions, a day after White was arrested on suspicion of unlawful intrusion in April 2010.The county attorney ultimately dismissed the misdemeanor charge on March 28, 2011, but the Nebraska Department of...
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Selecting a term
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