Tulsa Jurors Award $10.2 Million in Jail Death Case

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After seeing a video of Elliott Williams languishing on the ground paralyzed in Tulsa’s jail more than 10 times and hearing almost a month of testimony, jurors decided yesterday that the Sheriff’s Office was deliberately indifferent to his civil rights. Jurors awarded the Williams' family $10.2 million after about 10 hours of deliberating over two days, The Frontier reports. The verdict . . .

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