Charges dismissed against DC9 5

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‘DC9 Memorial Ali, The Morning After’
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The US Attorney’s office has dismissed the charges against the 5 DC9 employees who were accused of assaulting Ali Ahmed Mohammed outside the club in connection with Muhammad’s death.

The charges were dismissed “without prejudice,” which means the US Attorney has the ability to re-file the charges at a later time. The Washington City Paper speculates that the dismissal is due to the continued lack of an autopsy report on Mohmmed, and that at such time that the report is released, the employees could be charged again.

Edit: in an editing error, the words “accused of” were originally left out of the first sentence. They have been added. We Love DC regrets the error.

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