Ramapough Tribe upset about indicted officer's bail
Members of the Ramapough Lenape Indian Nation of New Jersey are upset about the bail set for a state park police officer indicted of killing a tribal member.

The judge gave Chad Walder until today to post $25,000 bail. He remains free since being indicted on a charge of reckless manslaughter.

Walder is accused of shooting Emil Mann on April 1, 2006, during a scuffle between park police officers and tribal members at a state park.

Get the Story:
Indicted cop's $25,000 bail angers tribe (The Bergen Record 3/29)

Relevant Links:
Ramapough Lenape Indian Nation - http://www.ramapoughlenapenation.org

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