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$1,500 Paid in Beating By WA Guards

George "Fast Eddy" Miller was removed on October 24, 1988, from the
visiting area at the State Reformatory at Monroe for suspicion of consuming
alcoholic beverages. While in the strip-search room, he advised a guard
that handcuffs were not necessary. Miller was then grabbed by Sgt. R. Dunn
and guard B. Ramsey, who then repeatedly kicked and punched Miller. After
this melee concluded, guard J. Daniels slugged Miller. A doctor's report
showed Miller had a bruise over and under his right eye, bruised and
swollen right cheek, and right ear. He complained of soreness to chest,
neck and right arm and hand. He alleged permanent damage to his head and
neck in the complaint filed in Snohomish County Superior Court. On March
10, 1994, Miller agreed to settle the suit for $1,500. He was represented
by R.R. Bob Grieve. See: Miller v. State of Washington, Snohomish County
Superior Court, Case No. 90-201531-7.

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