Read the press releases: Former Foreign Service Officer Pleads Guilty to Federal Civil Rights Charges Former Foreign Service Officer Sentenced on Federal Civil Rights Charges On September 27, 2007, Kyle Shroyer pled guilty to federal conspiracy and civil rights offenses, admitting that he and co-conspirator Kyle Milbourn burned a cross in Muncie, Indiana, at the home of a white woman and her three bi-racial children. Fredericy went to Kuzlik’s house, where Kuzlik showed him a rubber glove and a syringe, which Kuzlik said contained mercury.
In January 2008, Shroyer was sentenced to 15 months in prison. Â§922 (felon in possession of a firearm) and, on April 3, 2007, he was sentenced to 11 years and three months in federal prison. Â§241 (conspiracy to violate civil rights) and 18 U. Kuzlik encouraged Fredericy to take the syringe next door to the home of the interracial couple living there with their four children, and squirt the contents of the syringe onto the front porch.
Eye and Sandstrom initially drove past the victim and fired shots at him, but did not hit him.
Afraid that the victim could identify them to police, Eye and Sandstrom then drove around the block, found the victim again, and shot him once more, killing him.
In August 2007, Seale was sentenced to serve three life terms in prison.Ramirez never regained consciousness and died of his head injuries on July 14, 2008.Following the beating, Shenandoah Police Department (SPD) officers obstructed the investigation into Mr. On October 14, 2010, a federal jury found Piekarsky and Donchak guilty of violating the Fair Housing Act, which protects individuals from discrimination in housing on the basis of protected categories such as race. Ramirez was motivated by their desire to keep Latinos from living in Shenandoah. Both defendants were sentenced to nine years in prison and three years of supervised release.The jury acquitted a third officer, former SPD Officer Jason Hayes (who was dating Piekarsky's mother at the time of the beating) of obstruction charges. Johnson also pleaded guilty to five counts of transmitting threatening communications in interstate commerce.Read the press releases: Two Shenandoah, Pennsylvania, Men and Four Police Officers Indicted for Hate Crime and Related Corruption (12/15/09)Two Shenandoah, Pa., Men Convicted of Hate Crime in the Fatal Beating of Luis Ramirez (10/14/10)Two Former Shenandoah, Pennsylvania, Police Officers Convicted of Falsifying Information About Hate Crime (1/27/11)Two Shenandoah, Pa., Men Sentenced for the Fatal Beating of Luis Ramirez (2/23/11)Shenandoah, Pennsylvania, Man Sentenced for Involvement in the Fatal Beating of Luis Ramirez (4/6/11)Two Former Shenandoah, Pennsylvania, Police Officers Sentenced for Falsifying Information About the Beating of a Latino Man (6/1/11) On November 21, 2006, Vincent Johnson, a resident of Ocean County, New Jersey, sent this message to an employee at the Puerto Rican Legal Defense and Education Fund (PRLDEF): "Do you have a last will and testament? On April 18, 2011, Johnson was sentenced to 50 months in prison and ordered to pay a fine of ,000.