Jury awards $9 million to former local cop after police fabricated child sex abuse chargesThe Columbian
Mar. 05, 2014
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Clyde Ray Spencer was awarded $9 million Monday by a federal jury that unanimously agreed a detective from the Clark County Sheriff’s Office violated Spencer’s constitutional right to due process by fabricating the evidence that put him behind bars for two decades for sexually abusing his two children and a stepson.