Chauncey Bailey Project

Archive for February, 2009

Articles on Editor’s Killing Made a Difference

By TIM ARANGO Originally published in the New York Times: When Chauncey Bailey, the editor of The Oakland Post, in California, was gunned down in broad daylight on a city street 18 months ago, it was not the end of his journalism. In some ways, it was a new beginning. After his death, a […]

Trial for suspect in Bailey’s killing to begin May 18

OAKLAND — Superior Court Judge Morris Jacobson on Friday scheduled the murder trial of Devaughndre Broussard, the only person charged in the 2007 killing of journalist Chauncey Bailey, to begin May 18. The judge also set April 10 for a hearing on a motion by Broussard’s lawyer, LeRue Grim, who is seeking information about detectives who prepared search warrants unrelated to the Bailey case for a raid on the now-defunct Your Black Muslim Bakery.

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