Denver Won't Pay Victim In Excessive Force Case, Even Though He Won Caseby David Mitchell
Oct. 21, 2013
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DENVER ó A man who was awarded tens of thousands of dollars in an excessive force case that was caught on video, will have to try to collect the money himself.
The city of Denver says itís not paying.
Justin Joseph explains why in his video report.