Listen: Minneapolis, Jomar Clark And Officer discussed on Sports To The Max with Mike Max
"Safety. The public the guests were really good about it. They evacuated. And we tried to find places for them to stay while we resolve this, and then we got them back, soon as we could into the hotel, the suspect Thirty-one-year-old, Brian Westerlund was not armed at the time of the arrest of the victim refused treatment at the scene. Guess we're able to return to the hotel shortly after ten AM Minneapolis city officials have been meeting behind closed doors today on the Jomar Clark lawsuit Clark was shot and killed by a Minneapolis. Police officer nearly four years ago in charges were not filed a federal judge ordered all parties in the suit to return to court next week on may twenty first all this comes a week after the city of Minneapolis settled a twenty million dollar lawsuit with the family of Justin. Daymond the woman who was shot and killed by former NPD officer Mohammad Noor who was convicted in that shooting. Minnesota's lawsuit against opioid manufacturers and big pharma is ongoing with one significant change after the discovery process and other states litigation of the makers of Oxycontin, attorney general Keith Ellison, says they're requesting the court to amend the lawsuit to include eight members of the Sackler family which owns Purdue personally involved in designing if lamenting produced deceptive sales and marketing strategy and practices, personally, directing profited, from misrepresentations about the risks and benefits of long term use."