As an alternative of accolades for
police work, metropolis is sued

Re: “‘They selected demise over life’: Household of Newark man fatally shot by police plan to sue Danville” (Eastbaytimes.com, Nov. 19):

Final month, a involved citizen reported {that a} suspicious man with some kind of baggage walked towards a number of houses, then returned to his automotive and circled the neighborhood in Danville. Based on police, when the policeman discovered the person, he refused to observe orders and drove away and, through the ensuing pursuit, he drove towards the policeman. The policeman fired photographs and the suspect died.

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If this suspicious particular person would haven’t resisted the policeman and never pushed his car in the direction of him, he wouldn’t have been shot. Relatively than receiving optimistic accolades for a job effectively carried out, the Danville Police Division is being sued.

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