Chicago Cops Arrest Man Minutes After Announcing $15 Million Lawsuit Against City
Can’t really trust any police department to be 100% forthright nowadays, but ESPECIALLY the shady azz Chicago police.
A Chicago man who was shot seven times by police in 2014 announced on Wednesday he was suing the city for $15 million. Minutes later, officers arrested him on murder charges as he left the building.
In a press conference at his attorney’s office on Wednesday, Dominiq Greer was set to take on Chicago in an excessive force lawsuit from a chase in which cops shot him seven times in a matter of seconds.
Greer fled from officers on July 4, 2014, and ran into an alley, where he tried tossing a pistol onto a roof when he stumbled and fell, his lawyer, Eugene Hollander told the Daily News.
Chicago officers shot him in his right arm, right leg and foot, and when Greer got back up, fired four more times in his right arm, left arm, chest and back.
It’s almost like cops aren’t satisfied with disabling a person, like they WANT to use deadly force. SMH.
Minutes after showing the surveillance footage and announcing the $15 million lawsuit, Chicago police arrested Greer walking out of his lawyer’s office.
Greer was wanted on a warrant for the first-degree murder of a 22-year-old on May 27, Chicago police told the Daily News.
While charges are still pending, officers said the investigation led police to believe Greer was the gunman in the apartment during the deadly shooting.
Now, we all know police have exacted revenge on people just for filing officer complaints, you can only imagine what they might do to someone filing a multi-million lawsuit…
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