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November 9, 1992 | Associated Press
About 150 people rallied downtown Sunday, protesting a fatal beating by police, and a prosecutor said he expected warrants to be issued today. He declined to say what charges the officers might face. Malice Wayne Green was beaten Thursday by two police officers as five other officers watched or took part, Police Chief Stanley Knox said. The victim was black. One officer reportedly also is black.
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July 23, 1993 | Associated Press
Blows to the head combined with cocaine and alcohol caused the death of a motorist allegedly beaten to death by police, a pathologist testified Thursday. Oakland County Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Ljubisa Dragovic said blows to the head could not have been the sole cause of death for Malice Green, even though an autopsy said that was the reason.
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November 8, 1992 | from Associated Press
The father of a man who was fatally beaten by police officers said Saturday that he has urged friends to remain calm because "what's done is done." "Whatever they do ain't going to bring him back," Jesse Green Jr. said. "I've told all his friends not to do anything about it. Just let it be. "Let the lawyers take care. What's done is done. They made a mistake, let them pay for it."
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June 3, 1993 | JUDY PASTERNAK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For the third time this year, a major U.S. city waits on edge for the outcome of a racially charged trial of police officers accused of brutalizing a black driver. Jury selection began Wednesday in the murder and assault trials of three white former Detroit police officers who have been charged in the November, 1992, beating death of 35-year-old Malice Wayne Green.
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July 23, 1993 | Associated Press
Blows to the head combined with cocaine and alcohol caused the death of a motorist allegedly beaten to death by police, a pathologist testified Thursday. Oakland County Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Ljubisa Dragovic said blows to the head could not have been the sole cause of death for Malice Green, even though an autopsy said that was the reason.
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June 3, 1993 | JUDY PASTERNAK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For the third time this year, a major U.S. city waits on edge for the outcome of a racially charged trial of police officers accused of brutalizing a black driver. Jury selection began Wednesday in the murder and assault trials of three white former Detroit police officers who have been charged in the November, 1992, beating death of 35-year-old Malice Wayne Green.
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November 9, 1992 | Associated Press
About 150 people rallied downtown Sunday, protesting a fatal beating by police, and a prosecutor said he expected warrants to be issued today. He declined to say what charges the officers might face. Malice Wayne Green was beaten Thursday by two police officers as five other officers watched or took part, Police Chief Stanley Knox said. The victim was black. One officer reportedly also is black.
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November 8, 1992 | from Associated Press
The father of a man who was fatally beaten by police officers said Saturday that he has urged friends to remain calm because "what's done is done." "Whatever they do ain't going to bring him back," Jesse Green Jr. said. "I've told all his friends not to do anything about it. Just let it be. "Let the lawyers take care. What's done is done. They made a mistake, let them pay for it."
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