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A lawyer representing the family of Danroy Henry Jr. questioned for five hours Tuesday the officer who shot Henry. The deposition is part of a federal lawsuit filed by the family against Officer Aaron Hess, Pleasantville and Westchester County after Henry was killed in 2010 and a county grand jury declined to criminally charge Hess.
The truth will prevail and Officer Hess will be able to walk away with his head held high. I am sure this situation is as difficult for him as it is for the Henry family. He is/was an incredibly caring police officer who did his job and did it well.”
— Kathy Cambriello
The grand jury found him faultless, and it should have ended there.”
— Pat Farrelly
Hang in there, officer.”
— Karen Thomas Marshall
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