Putting the Screws To Police Brutality.

The Washington Post – August 04, 2003

Julius LaRosa Booker was allegedly smoking crack inside a stolen van with a prostitute. Robert Zimmerman and Michael Andre Simms were charged with stealing a refrigerator from a house. Anthony Casella was convicted of helping to pull off an armed robbery of a pizza shop. Timothy S. Traynor was arrested on a warrant charging him with breaking and entering.

All of them sued the Prince George’s County Police Department, alleging that officers released police dogs on them without justification. Some said officers beat them for no reason. And in all the cases with the plaintiffs represented by attorney Terrell N. Roberts III — the county wound up paying five- and six-figure settlements or jury awards…

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