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Colo. man sues over handcuffing


By Hector Gutierrez
Rocky Mountain News

DENVER — A graphic artist filed a lawsuit Tuesday against three Denver police officers, alleging that they broke his nose and caused permanent nerve damage to his hands after he was handcuffed in lower downtown last October.

Eric Winfield says he was not involved in any disturbance or criminal activity before the officers confronted him outside a LoDo restaurant Oct. 28, 2007.

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