Aurora, Colorado, to pay $15 million to Elijah McClain's family to settle lawsuit over his 2019 death at the hands of police

Aurora, Colorado, has agreed to pay $15 million to the family of Elijah McClain to settle a civil rights lawsuit over his 2019 death at the hands of police

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Aurora, Colorado, has agreed to pay $15 million to the family of Elijah McClain to settle a civil rights lawsuit over his 2019 death at the hands of police

The City of Aurora, Colorado, has agreed to pay $15 million to the family of Elijah McClain to settle the civil rights lawsuit filed against the city in the wake of the 23-year-old's violent arrest and subsequent death in 2019.

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Elijah McClain's family receives a $15 million settlement over his death . I guess that's one way to provide for your family Propaganda.......... Say what you will bet they take the money

Aurora To Pay $15 Million To Settle Elijah McClain LawsuitMcClain died after police in the Denver suburb stopped him on the street and put him in a neckhold.

Aurora To Pay $15 Million To Settle Elijah McClain LawsuitMcClain died after police in the Denver suburb stopped him on the street and put him in a neckhold.

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NPR Cookie Consent and ChoicesThank you for updating this young man’s story. 🙏 The tax payers foot the bill for police brutality and Elijah lost his life. Consequences for the cops? Zero Wouldn’t training the cops properly be a cheaper and better solution?

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