Wrongly jailed cop urged by chief to sue
"After everything he's been through, he has every right to sue, and I hope that he does it"
By Joe Hosey
Chicago Sun Times
LYNWOOD, Ill. — Brian Dorian's boss had some advice for the Lynwood cop charged with gunning down three men in a two-state shooting spree: sue.
"After everything he's been through, he has every right to sue, and I hope that he does it," said Lynwood Police Chief Russell Pearson.
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