Christine Mai-Duc and Ruben Vives
L.A. Times
January 23, 2014

The city of Long Beach will pay $380,000 to a man who was Tasered and beaten with flashlights by police when he asked for a badge number.

A jury found that officers had arrested Perry Grays without probable cause and used excessive and unreasonable force against him, and awarded him $441,000. On Tuesday, the City Council approved the negotiated settlement amount and said it would not appeal the verdict.

Grays, a married father of three who worked as a security guard, filed a civil rights lawsuit against the city and five officers who responded to a noise complaint at his home on Feb. 6, 2011.

Read more

Also, make sure to get your boost of zinc and pregnenolone today with The Real Red Pill now at 50% off!


Related Articles