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Bucks rookie Sterling Brown's lawsuit shows police officer's racially charged Facebook posts

Ashley Luthern and Gina Barton write, “Milwaukee Bucks rookie Sterling Brown filed a federal civil rights suit Tuesday against the Milwaukee Police Department and the city, claiming wrongful arrest and excessive force during an altercation outside a Walgreens store.  

Milwaukee police violated his Fourth and Fourteenth Amendment rights during his arrest and tasing about 2 a.m. Jan. 26, the suit says.

And although two sergeants and an officer received suspensions, their discipline was not for the "unlawful and race-based arrest and detention" of Brown or the excessive force used against him, according to the suit.”

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