Family Of Fatally Beaten Suspect: Fired Cop Is Drawing Pensionby Suzanne Le Mignot
Mar. 12, 2014
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(CBS) – A family was told a North Chicago police officer was fired for taking part in the beating death of their loved one.
But CBS 2 has learned, that officer was actually fired for other reasons–like not living within the city limit.
In a CBS 2 Original Report by Suzanne LeMignot, the family of that man is furious.
“I felt hurt and I felt, and what’s the word I want to use. Bamboozled,” said Gloria Carr.
Darrin Hanna’s mother is referring to a document, obtained through the Freedom of Information Act, that shows North Chicago Police Officer Brandon Yost was terminated for the residency requirement, instead of his involvement in the brutal beating death of her son in 2011.
“It was just like it was smoothed over, so the public would not know exactly what was going on,” Carr said.