First Detailed Account of What Happened to Henry Glover
Our partners at the Times-Picayune have gotten a copy of an unfinished police report investigating the circumstances surrounding Henry Glover's death. In the days after Katrina, Glover's remains were found in an incinerated car parked along a levee in New Orleans' Algiers neighborhood.
According to the report -- which was begun three years after the incident and left unfinished when the FBI seized NOPD computers -- Capt. Jeff Winn said the car was moved from a police compound to the levee because he wanted "the deceased body to be in a secure area away from the habitated area."
Federal investigators are looking into whether Glover was shot by a police officer and whether other officers set fire to the car after they moved it to the levee. Read more...