L.A. County to Pay $3.3M for Killing by Deputies

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Something wasn’t right when John Berry drove up unannounced to his family’s home one day two summers ago. He’d been fired from his job at a pizza parlor and had been getting little sleep, which is not a healthy scenario for someone diagnosed with schizophrenia who appeared to be off his medication. When Berry’s brother, a sworn law enforcement officer, called the Los Angeles County sheriff’s office, he requested a mental evaluation team to try . . .

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