Warren Testifies He Shot Glover Because He Feared for His Life
Charged with civil rights violations for shooting Henry Glover, Officer David Warren took the stand yesterday to testify in his own defense. He told the jury that he thought he saw a weapon in Glover's hand and that he fired after Glover and his companion disobeyed his order to "get back." "Let me be very plain," he said. "I was concerned for my life. I was concerned for my partner. I was concerned about going home to my family."
Read more about yesterday's testimony from our colleagues at the Times-Picayune.