The students’ finding is at odds with police and likely to spur conspiracy theories that have swirled around the case.
A group of students is aiming to solve the murder of a former Democratic National Committee employee found dead in Northwest D.C. in July.
Campus police found the student in her room on the Mount Vernon Campus. Police are not investigating the death as a homicide.
Updated: Feb. 5, 2014 at 11:19 p.m. The bullets found in the Media and Public Affairs building Wednesday morning turned out to be part of a journalism class demonstration on crime reporting. The University Police Department evacuated a Media and Public Affairs classroom after a housekeeper found three bullets there Wednesday morning, a GW spokeswoman […]
Alpha Epsilon Pi’s national organization is working with the University to sanction the fraternity’s GW chapter for allegedly hazing pledges this semester.
A University Police officer arrested a female student who struck a male student in the face and kicked him in the leg early Saturday morning at Ivory Tower.
Investigators talked to several of Gray’s campaign staffers and subpoenaed documents as part of the criminal probe, according to The Post’s report that cited interviews with “nearly a dozen people close to the probe.”
“We have indications Mr. Casey did push or throw a subject to the ground immediately preceding his being pushed or punched, which resulted in his falling to the ground and striking his head,” Crump said. Casey, a 33-year-old Afghanistan war veteran, incurred head trauma after falling onto the concrete when a verbal argument intensified into a physical confrontation outside the 1916 M St. NW eatery early that day.