The New York Times – Surrounded by victims’ families, City Council members and senior police leaders, Mayor Mitch Landrieu of New Orleans announced Monday that the city had reached $13.3 million in civil settlements pertaining to three major police brutality cases from the weeks before and after Hurricane Katrina.
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