| May 5, 2017
The excessive force federal lawsuit by the mother of Manuel Diaz, who was killed by Anaheim police in 2012, will get a retrial after the U.S. Supreme Court Monday upheld a Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruling granting the retrial, according to ABC 7 News.
| August 24, 2016
The U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals threw out a federal jury verdict that cleared an Anaheim police officer of any wrongdoing in fatal shooting of 25-year-old Manuel Diaz in July 2012.
| April 17, 2015
The report was commissioned in the aftermath of fatal police shootings in the summer of 2012 that triggered a downtown riot.
| March 27, 2014
Nearly 20 people turned out for the meeting and angrily protested the killing and a councilwoman’s comments in its aftermath.
| March 6, 2014
The ruling comes in a lawsuit over the 2012 killing of Manuel Diaz by an Anaheim police officer. Diaz’s death and others led to riots downtown.
| July 22, 2013
One year after protests of back-to-back police shootings led to a downtown riot, activists staged peaceful demonstrations.
| March 25, 2013
Calls for a civilian check on police renewed after DA declined to file charges in fatal shooting of documented gang member who was unarmed.
| July 30, 2012
Protesters — most from outside the city — were stopped as they moved toward the resort.
| July 24, 2012
Already tense relations between Anaheim’s Latino community and the city’s police department are in danger of boiling over after two police shootings and a crowd control effort gone awry.