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  • Dash-cam video shows 2013 KC police shooting that was settled for $4.8 million

    In 2013, Kansas City police investigating a carjacking near Independence Avenue shot a man, partly paralyzing him. The man was unarmed and settled a lawsuit for $4.8 million. Dash-cam video from attorney David Smith.

In 2013, Kansas City police investigating a carjacking near Independence Avenue shot a man, partly paralyzing him. The man was unarmed and settled a lawsuit for $4.8 million. Dash-cam video from attorney David Smith. Neil Nakahodo and Ian Cummings The Kansas City Star
In 2013, Kansas City police investigating a carjacking near Independence Avenue shot a man, partly paralyzing him. The man was unarmed and settled a lawsuit for $4.8 million. Dash-cam video from attorney David Smith. Neil Nakahodo and Ian Cummings The Kansas City Star

After KC police shot and paralyzed a man, his $4.8M settlement remained secret for years

September 10, 2017 7:00 AM