Kelly Foster-Nelum, left, says her brother, former Fresno police Deputy Chief Keith Foster, could pay for his decision 15 years ago to remain silent after the Fresno officers shot and killed their nephew. The nephew’s brother, Denny Foster, is among the prosecution’s witnesses in Keith Foster’s federal drug trafficking trial.
Kelly Foster-Nelum, left, says her brother, former Fresno police Deputy Chief Keith Foster, could pay for his decision 15 years ago to remain silent after the Fresno officers shot and killed their nephew. The nephew’s brother, Denny Foster, is among the prosecution’s witnesses in Keith Foster’s federal drug trafficking trial. FRESNO BEE FILE
Kelly Foster-Nelum, left, says her brother, former Fresno police Deputy Chief Keith Foster, could pay for his decision 15 years ago to remain silent after the Fresno officers shot and killed their nephew. The nephew’s brother, Denny Foster, is among the prosecution’s witnesses in Keith Foster’s federal drug trafficking trial. FRESNO BEE FILE

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A top cop once chose his badge over family. As his trial begins, that decision could cost him

May 05, 2017 11:19 AM

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