Trayvon Martin Case Police Chief Bill Lee Permanently Relieved of Duty

Sanford, Fla., has fired Bill Lee, the police chief who initially oversaw the controversial investigation into a white-Hispanic neighborhood watch captain's fatal shooting of a black 17-year-old, Trayvon Martin. The initial lack of an arrest drove widespread protests and propelled the case into national headlines. Lee previously took leave as chief and later offered to resign. Now, he is "permanently relieved of duty," according to a written announcement from the city. "After much thoughtful...Full Story
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