The fatal police shooting of farmworker Miguel Moreno Torrez in June 2014 prompted a small demonstration at Fresno and C streets in southwest Fresno. On Wednesday, July 6, 2017, a judge dismissed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the Fresno Police Department in connection with Torrez’s death.
The fatal police shooting of farmworker Miguel Moreno Torrez in June 2014 prompted a small demonstration at Fresno and C streets in southwest Fresno. On Wednesday, July 6, 2017, a judge dismissed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the Fresno Police Department in connection with Torrez’s death. CRAIG KOHLRUSS Fresno Bee file
The fatal police shooting of farmworker Miguel Moreno Torrez in June 2014 prompted a small demonstration at Fresno and C streets in southwest Fresno. On Wednesday, July 6, 2017, a judge dismissed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the Fresno Police Department in connection with Torrez’s death. CRAIG KOHLRUSS Fresno Bee file

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