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CA Officers Sue Over BLM Mural Featuring Cop Killer

The civil complaint against the city claims the officers were “forced to physically pass and confront the mural every time they entered the Palo Alto Police department,” calling it “offensive, discriminatory and harassing iconography” that fostered a “hostile” and “retaliatory” work environment.

July 9, 2021

Officer Sues NFL for Implying He Killed Man without Justification
Family of Alton Sterling Receives $4.5 Million Settlement Over 2016 Fatal OIS
Daunte Wright's Estate Sued by Alleged Victims of His Violent Crimes 

Nevada Officer Sues Agency After He was Suspended Over Tweets

After reviewing more than 700 twitter posts by Officer George Forbush following his administrative leave, the City decided to suspend Forbush for four days without pay on Dec. 4, according to the lawsuit. The suspension term was chosen by the city as one day for each of four posts they found worthy of discipline.

May 12, 2021

Lawsuit Filed Against Rochester Police for "Culture of Brutality"

The 96-page lawsuit names Mayor Lovely Warren and former Police Chief La’Ron Singletary, who was fired in the fallout from Prude’s death. Other defendants include the city of Rochester, Monroe County and various unidentified police officers, sheriff’s deputies and New York state troopers.

April 7, 2021

Family of Man who Died After Arrest Sues Rochester, Individual Officers

Family of Man who Died After Arrest Sues Rochester, Individual Officers

In a 27-page complaint, the family says that Daniel Prude's death, and alleged attempts by the department and city officials to later cover it up, violated his constitutional rights protecting against unreasonable search and seizure. Officials also failed to adequately respond to his medical condition, the complaint states.

March 10, 2021

Family of Slain Washington Deputy Sues County, Claims Lack of Backup

Family of Slain Washington Deputy Sues County, Claims Lack of Backup

“Pierce County knowingly put Deputy McCartney in the untenable position of responding without any immediate back-up,” part of the lawsuit said. “But for Pierce County’s failure to properly staff and train its deputies, Daniel McCartney would likely still be alive.”

February 16, 2021

Ice Cream Makers Launch Campaign to Make It Easier to Sue Police
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