Occupy Wall Street beating suit to cost city $82,000Shawn Schrader claims that police beat him up and arrested him three times, which he says left him with a bleeding ear, an injured thumb and nightmares about cops.
NY Daily News
Dec. 09, 2013
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The city will pay out an $82,500 settlement to an Occupy Wall Street activist who claims police beat him up and arrested him three times - the last instance booking him on a years-old public urination warrant for someone else, the Daily News has learned.
Shawn Schrader, 24, said the beatdowns left him with a bleeding ear, a hurt thumb and nightmares about cops.
"I settled my lawsuit because the police lawyers made it clear they would fight me tooth and nail on every claim," Schrader told The News. All charges against Schrader stemming from the three arrests were dropped.