Autopsy Report Released on Slain Pace Football Player

Relatives call for federal probe into police-involved shooting

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    For Danroy Henry's family members, his death has turned their lives upside down. John Noel brings us reactions from friends and family.

    An autopsy report shows that a New York college student shot and killed in his car by police was fatally struck by two bullets, one which passed through his heart and lungs.

    An attorney for Danroy Henry's family released the autopsy report Friday, along with toxicology results.

    The toxicology report echoed what had been previously leaked to the news: That the 20-year-old Pace University from Easton, Mass. student's blood alcohol level was 0.13, well above the legal driving limit of 0.08.

    Danroy Henry's Family Requests Federal Probe, Hundreds March in Support

    [NY] Danroy Henry's Family Requests Federal Probe, Hundreds March in Support
    Friends and family of Danroy Henry were joined by fellow pace students Sunday to silently march to the Courthouse in White Plains. The reason for the hush demonstration? They wanted answers.The true events of what happened the October night when police shot and killed Danroy Henry are still unclear. Henry's family and friends feel the investigation, currently conducted by State Police and the Westchester DA, will favor the police. The Henry family has asked for federal prosecutors to take over the case. Tom llamas brings us more.

    Attorney Michael Sussman said the results were "entirely inconsistent with statements we have received.'' A spokesman for the Westchester County district attorney's office didn't immediately respond to a phone message requesting comment Saturday night.

    Henry was killed Oct. 17 outside a bar in the New York City suburb of Thornwood.