Pastor Files Civil Suit Against Border Patrol Over TaseringMy Fox Phoenix
Aug. 22, 2010
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YUMA, Ariz. - Pastor Steven Anderson was beaten and Tased at a Border Patrol checkpoint last year, and has since been cleared of all charges by a jury.
But now he's filing suit against the officers who Tased him.
The lawsuit was filed a few days before the jury cleared Pastor Anderson of any wrongdoing. Anderson says the jury's decision will only help his civil lawsuit.