Minneapolis Pays $1.6 Million In Cop Beating Cases

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An agreement to pay nearly $1 million to a man who said he was beaten by police means Minneapolis has paid more to settle such claims than in any 12-month reporting period since 1998, says the Minneapolis Star Tribune. “No question this is a big year,” acting Deputy City Attorney Peter Ginder said. Since December
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