No Criminal Charges In Mom’s Capitol Hill Chase Death
The Justice Department concluded Thursday that there is “insufficient evidence to pursue federal criminal civil rights or local charges” following the fatal shooting last fall of a woman who led police on a high speed chase between the White House and the U.S. Capitol. Miriam Carey of Stamford, Connecticut was shot and killed last October 3rd after she tried to drive onto the White House grounds, was stopped again at the foot of Capitol Hill and then sped off before crashing her car into a security booth outside a U.S. Senate office building. Her relatives said she was suffering from postpartum depression and that she believed the federal government had her under surveillance.
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