Muflahi was one of two people to come forward with footage of Sterling's shooting last Tuesday. The store owner released his video exclusively to The Daily Beast on Wednesday. Since Sterling's death, a man he considered a friend, problems have mounted for the Triple S Mart owner.
In the lawsuit that was filed in March, Sharp claims the township created a hostile and racially intimidating environment because of the racist comments made towards him.
Williams was caught selling MetroCard swipes on September 17, 2013 and ran from the police. He was eventually tackled to the ground and restrained by handcuffs at 1:57 p.m., according to the surveillance footage.
A Los Angeles Federal Court judge dismissed the lawsuit last month where the woman had no legal representation.
Wayne Spindler, a 46-year-old Los Angeles lawyer, repeatedly attended city council meetings to accost Council President Herb Wesson.
"We've heard your concerns about last week's video. We made a mistake, and want to get better at earning the trust of our black audience,” posted the media company.
Claude Ruffin, 62, says officers came into his room at a Long Island City shelter on New Year's Eve, grabbed him and walked him outside. When the veteran pulled his arm away from one of the cops, a struggle ensued. It wasn't until Ruffin felt one of the cop's guns that he realized he was dealing with law enforcement.
The New York Daily News reports that the Southport Correctional facility near Elmira, NY has shelled out $10 million to prisoners in 175 settlements over the past five years. The lawsuits all share the same details of abuse, torture, and mistreatment.
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