Fort Worth police officer Courtney Johnson is on trial in a wrongful shooting case at the Tim Curry Criminal Justice Center in Fort Worth.
Fort Worth police officer Courtney Johnson is on trial in a wrongful shooting case at the Tim Curry Criminal Justice Center in Fort Worth. Khampha Bouaphanh kbouaphanh@star-telegram.com
Fort Worth police officer Courtney Johnson is on trial in a wrongful shooting case at the Tim Curry Criminal Justice Center in Fort Worth. Khampha Bouaphanh kbouaphanh@star-telegram.com

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