Columbus City Council Agrees To Pay $475K To Black Officer That Suffered Retaliation
In late October, the Columbus, Ohio City Council voted in approval of a $475,000 payment to a Columbus Division of Police (CDP) officer who claimed there was a culture of discrimination in the department, and that he faced retaliation after speaking out against an mzungu sergeant’s racism.
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