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Man Paralyzed in California Police Brutality Case Awarded $20 Million Settlement

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A person who was paralyzed after a visitors cease has been awarded $20 million in a file police brutality settlement in Northern California. Military Veteran Gregory Gross sued the Yuba Metropolis Police Division after officers used extreme pressure whereas arresting him on suspicion of drunk driving, inflicting him extreme accidents, Trân Nguyễn reports for The Associated Press. Video footage confirmed officers utilizing “ache compliance” strategies and disregarding Gross when he stated he couldn’t breathe or really feel his legs.

As a part of the settlement, the police division has additionally agreed to start randomly auditing body-cam footage and reviewing use of pressure incidents for misconduct.

Source / Picture: thecrimereport.org

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