“”It’s clear the city has been attempting to delay and manipulate their process because they know the statute of limitations for some of these claims expires on Friday,” Khazaeli says. “That’s why we have to move forward.”
Tanner, meanwhile, appears to have suffered no ramifications for shooting his colleague, the suit says. He “only faced administrative leave” in an investigation that didn’t even involve interviewing Green, the suit claims. And the internal affairs investigator who conducted the probe, the suit notes, is the father of Tanner’s partner.”
This despite a black police chief, public safety director and Circuit Attorney. And Democrat run city hall that controls the police department. Comptroller Darlene Green set aside money for Gardner’s defense but nothing for black officers and black victims of police brutality.
Shot by a Fellow St. Louis Cop, Milton Green’s Career Ended. Now He’s Suing the City
Milton Green was shot by a fellow St. Louis cop after a police chase cut through his street in the city’s North Pointe neighborhood. Green,…