Brooklyn landlord was hand- and ankle-cuffed to hospital bed for 17 days after cops broke her leg during wrongful arrest, she saysNew York Post
Mar. 11, 2013
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A Brooklyn landlord says she was shackled to a hospital bed for 17 days after cops broke her leg during a wrongful arrest in the hallway of her Flatbush building.
Karen Brim, 42, claims an NYPD officer threw her to the ground, severely fracturing her left leg, after she identified herself as the owner of the Utica Avenue building and asked why the cops were there, according to a new lawsuit.