Prineville man files $5 million police brutality suit: Videos show what former inmate calls 'torture'KTVZ
Nov. 08, 2012
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PRINEVILLE, Ore. - Curtis Hooper of Prineville is suing two counties, the city of Prineville and 15 people in federal court for more than $5 million. Having had frequent run-ins with the law, he says police in Jefferson and Crook county have harassed him for years. But last year, he says, it was taken to a new level.