Pennsylvania Town Pays Murdering Cop $120,000 to Go AwayPINAC
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The Pennsylvania cop who shot a man in the back while repeatedly tasering him over an expired inspection sticker, capturing it all on her body cam, only for her to get acquitted last year before vowing to return to the department to continue patrolling the streets, has resigned.
But only because the borough of Hummelstown agreed to pay Lisa Mearkle $120,000.