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August 1, 2013

Court: Ex-BART worker who killed Oscar Grant not immune from lawsuit

The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals rejected Johannes Mehserle's claim of immunity, which stated that the facts in the case showed he “was acting consistently within the legitimate law enforcement objective of arresting Grant." The ruling allows Grant's father to sue over the killing.

July 12, 2011

Protestors angry about shooting shut down BART stops

The group, reacting to the July 3 shooting of a 45-year-old transient, caused major delays for three hours and the closure of three stations during the Monday evening rush hour. No one was injured or arrested, and service was restored by dusk.

September 10, 2009

METRO Briefs

Former BART officer to stand trial for murder. Coach driver exonerated. Senate confirms new MTA Chairman.

August 19, 2009

METRO Briefs

Report: BART officers failed to follow procedures. Canada transit commuters face parking issues. New transit system starts service in Montana.


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