Price says O’Malley didn’t charge Fremont officers for killing 16-year-old because of $10,000 campaign donation

Oakland civil rights attorney Pamela Price,
left, is challenging  Alameda County DA
Nancy O’Malley in June.

Pamela Price says Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O’Malley did not charge two Fremont police officers for the killing last year of an unarmed 16-year-old girl because the Fremont police union gave her a $10,000 campaign contribution last November. “They gave her money, they’re not charging the officers,” says Price. In addition, the current president of the Fremont Police Officers Association is one of the officers involved in the shooting.

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Categories: 2018 election, Alameda, Alameda County District Attorney, campaign finance, candidate forum, Elena Mondragon, Fremont POA, Hayward, Jeremy Miskella, June primary, Nancy O'Malley, Pamela Price

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