Minnesota Officer Sues Colleague Over Shooting

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http://www.twincities.com/mld/twincities/news/local/6051765.htm An undercover police officer shot in February by a fellow Minneapolis cop filed a federal lawsuit yesterday, seeking $9 million from the city and the officer who seriously wounded him. Officer Duy Ngo contends that his civil rights were violated when he was "shot multiple times without legal justification by Minneapolis police officer Charles Storlie," the St. Paul Pioneer Press says. Duy Ngo, 30, a member of the Minnesota Gang Strike Force, was conducting surveillance on . . .

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