William King and Antonio Murray

William King And Antonio Murray

William A. King and Antonio L. Murray are two former Baltimore Police Department officers sentenced to a total of 454 years in prison after an FBI investigation in 2005. The conviction of King and Murray came about due to the Baltimore based Stop Snitchin' campaign in which the two officers were identified on video tape for being involved in drug dealing. Ironically, the case received help from drug dealers, who testified that the two officers were involved in the use of robbery, extortion, and excessive force against various dealers as a means of reselling the drugs for profit on the street. Former police commissioner Leonard Hamm said that "justice was served", and that "People like William King have no place in the Baltimore City Police Department, and never will".

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... Both officers joined the department in 1992 - Murray in May and King in November ... King worked with a number of high-profile Baltimore City Police Department units throughout his career ... On May 23, 1994, Murray was shot in the arm and lost his gun during a struggle with an alleged drug dealer ...

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