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Gun Owner’s Property Stolen By Police Returned After Federal Lawsuit Settled

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Gun Owner’s Property Stolen By Police Returned After Federal Lawsuit Settled

In a case rife with police corruption and officers acting with vindictive immorality, the city of Cleveland faced losing BIG in a 5th Amendment case brought by Derrick Washington who had his property stolen by police.

The case stemmed back to an incident in the morning of February 10th, 2013. Washington called the police at 2:09 in the morning to report a shooting in the 2800 block of East 116th Street. When officers arrived on scene Washington informed them that he had a valid concealed carry permit and that his vehicle was in his car.

In lieu of doing any real police work that might involve looking for the actual shooter, the police officers involved at this point decided to arrest Washington. The report they filed reported that he told them that he had been drinking. Washington was arrested and charged with using weapons while intoxicated and illegally carrying a concealed weapon.

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