Police Videotaped in Suspect Beating Win Millions
Two police officers involved in a videotaped beating of a black teenager in Inglewood, Calif., have been awarded $2.4 million by a jury that found they were unfairly disciplined. We speak with Gregory Smith, the attorney for officer Jeremy Morse, who was given the larger jury award of $1.6 million. We also hear from Inglewood Mayor Roosevelt Dorn.
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