Philly Cops Suspended 25 Days for $4.4 Million Shooting

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Two plainclothes Philadelphia police officers who shot a food delivery man in 2014, resulting in a record $4.4 million city settlement, recently were each suspended without pay for 25 days as punishment for their actions, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer. The information came as the Police Department announced it had scrapped a policy that barred officials from disclosing . . .

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