Sterling Brown rejects city’s payout offer
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Sterling Brown rejects city’s payout offer

October 10, 2019


VIOLATED STERLING BROWN’S
CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS. NEW DOCUMENTS FILED TUESDAY SHOW
MILWAUKEE OFFICERS ADMITTED
UNDER OATH THEY ESCALATED THE
CONFRONTATION WITH STERLING
BROWN OUTSIDE A WALGREENS LAST
YEAR. JOSEPH GRAMS, ONE OF THE FIRST
OFFICERS TO APPROACH BROWN ABOUT
PARKING ILLEGALLY. ALL I KNOW IS YOU PARK LIKE
THIS, SO I WANTED TO TALK TO
ABOUT IT.>>THAT’S FINE. YOU COULD’VE TALKED, YOU DIDN’T
HAVE TO TOUCH.>>I ASKED YOU TO MOVE BACK. YOU DIDN’T.>>BUT YOU DIDN’T HAVE TO TOUCH. YOU ADMIT TOUCHING ME.>>I DID IT BECAUSE YOU WERE
RIGHT IN MY GRILL. IT ENDED WITH BROWN FORCED TO
THE GROUND AND TASED. TASER, TASER, TASER.>>IN A DEPOSITION, BROWN’S
LAWYER ASKED OFFICERS IF THEY
VIOLATED BROWN’S CONSTITUTIONAL
RIGHTS. OFFICER JAMES COLLINS ANSWERED,
KNOWING THAT IT WAS JUST
PARKING CITATION, YES. COLLINS HIMSELF ADMITTED HE
STRUCK BROWN TWICE IN THE CHEST
WITH HIS KNEE AND STOOD ON
BROWN’S ANKLE AFTER HE WAS DOWN. QUESTION, WAS NOT REASONABLE USE
OF FORCE.>>COLLINS’ ANSWER, THAT’S WHAT
I WAS TOLD, YES. THE RECORDS ALSO SHOW, SERGEANT
JEFFREY KRUEGER, A SUPERVISOR,
INITIALLY TOLD INVESTIGATORS HE
SAW A GUN IN THE BACK OF BROWNS
CAR, BUT ADMITTED UNDER OATH, T
— IT WASN’T TRUE. BUT IN THE CITY’S INITIAL OFFER
TO SETTLE, THERE WAS NO
ADMISSION OF GUILT. BROWN’S LAWYER RESPONDS, THIS
CONDUCT IS APPARENTLY ENDORSED
BY THE DEFENDANT
PATRICK: DERRICK, YOU REACHED
OUT TO THE CITY ABOUT THE
REJECTED OFFER AND YOU DID GET A RESPONSE.>>WE DID THE FILING BY MR. BROWN’S LAWYER IGNORES THE
SINCERE EFFORTS TO BRING THIS
DISPUTE TO A REASONABLE AND JUST
END, ADDING “JUST REHAS

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  1. I respect this. I wish other Blacks that're victims of police brutality would also decline the settlements in exchange for true justice based on police misconduct. Settlements let these cops off the hook and cost us taxpayers for something we didn't do.

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