City Commissioners agree to a 2.6 Million Dollar Settlement in the Rachel Hoffman Case
Thirty minutes after a jury had been selected in the Rachel Hoffman Civil Case. City Commissioners in Tallahassee Florida went into a closed door meeting and voted 3-2 in favor of a 2.6 million dollar settlement to be paid to the parents of Hoffman who was killed in a drug bust gone awry in 2008.
Hoffman’s family said they were glad to be able to put the incident behind them, and are now pushing forward making “Rachel’s law” A national law that will protect Police Informants.
Source: WTXL-ABC-Channel 27 (P. Santos Reporting)