D.C. Murderer Was in City Custody at Time of Killing

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On this edition of Deal of the Day, Cam Edwards shares a story from Washington, D.C., where the family of murder victim Neil Godleski, is suing the city for $20 million in a wrongful-death case. Godleski's murderer, 17-year-old Eric D. Foreman, was under the supervision of the Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services (DYRS) when the incident took place. The civil suit claims that Foreman, a known gang member with a propensity for violence was treated with indifference and negligence while under the supervision of the DYRS. Foreman shot and killed Godleski while the victim was riding his bike home from work in a robbery for $60. A Washington Times study found that one in five homicides in the district involved a youth in custody of DYRS either as a suspect or a victim. Originally aired 11/4/11.