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WDIV Investigates Manís Death in Jail

Topic: Investigative Reporting
Posted on 4/10/2016

Graham Mediaís Groupís NBC affiliate WDIV Detroit won a regional Edward R. Murrow Award for Continuing Coverage for ďItís A Hard Thing To Watch A Man Die.Ē WDIVís investigators examined 240 hours of video that showed that while David Stojcevski spent 16 days in jail for a traffic ticket, he suffered from serious drug withdrawal and lost 50 pounds before dying on the floor of his cell. The FBI is now looking into the case. ďWe are honored that our news team continues to make a difference, and effect positive change in our community,Ē said General Manager Marla Drutz.

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