San Diego County agrees to $1-million settlement in sheriff’s deputy beating case

San Diego County accepts $1-million settlement in constable’s deputy whipping case
The county of San Diego has agreed to pay $1 million to the household of Antonio Martinez, a male with Down syndrome who was beaten by a sheriff’s deputy. The county of San Diego has agreed to pay $1 million to settle a lawsuit submitted by the family of a male with Down syndrome who was roughed up by an on-duty sheriff’s deputy. Only when he got the 21-year-old male into his team car did the deputy realize that the guy was not resisting arrest but rather had ended up being frightened and confus …

Man with Down Syndrome pepper-sprayed and beaten mercilessly by San Diego Sheriff’s deputy turns out to be COMPLETELY INNOCENT! Cops say “OOPS” and pay $1,000,000 in settlement.

 

 


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