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POLICE BRUTALITY LAWSUIT FILED IN DETROIT

 POLICE BRUTALITY LAWSUIT FILED IN DETROIT
 DETROIT, May 1 /PRNewswire/ -- The following was released today by


Detroit attorney Horace D. Cotton:
 On Friday, May 1, Detroit attorney Horace D. Cotton filed a police brutality lawsuit against six Detroit Police officers, on behalf of Sean Mosley of Detroit.
 Mosley suffered a broken nose and numerous bruises and permanent scars. He also suffered psychological injuries when he was repeatedly beaten, kicked, pistol-whipped and brutalized by the six police officers after being chased by the officers on Feb. 7, 1992, according to Cotton.
 The complaint asks for damages in excess of $10,000 solely to satisfy the jurisdictional requirements of the Wayne Circuit Court. It is anticipated that the actual dollar demand will be in excess of $1 million. The plaintiff requests compensatory and punitive exemplary damages from the defendant police officers.
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 /NOTE: For further information or a copy of the complaint, CONTACT: Horace D. Cotton, P.C., 313-963-3150/ CO: ST: Michigan IN: SU:


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