How to Get Away With Murder’s Michael Slager to Stop Talking About His Sexual Assault Case
Slager, the South Carolina police officer who was convicted of raping and killing Michael Brown, will not be appearing on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” in a special segment about the incident.
Slager’s attorney, Johnnie Cochran, told ABC News in a statement, “We were disappointed to learn that Michael Slagers appearance will not appear on ‘Jimmy Kimmel LIVE!’ as planned.
We are reviewing the network’s programming guidelines and will be contacting the producers of the program to determine whether we can participate in this program.”
ABC News has reached out to ABC News for comment.
ABC has been trying to make Slager’s case stick in the public eye since the shooting death of the unarmed black teen in Ferguson, Missouri, in 2014.
After a judge found Slager guilty of second-degree murder, the former police officer was sentenced to life in prison without parole.
ABC News’ Jonathan O’Connell contributed to this report.
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