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$2,600 Settles Prisoner's Civil Rights Claim

by Christopher Zoukis

The Bureau of Prisons settled an excessive force civil rights claim brought by prisoner Allan Parmelee. The BOP agreed to pay Parmelee $2,600 in full satisfaction of his 42 U.S.C. § 1983 claims.

According to his complaint, while being held at Metropolitan Correctional Center ...

 

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