Melvin sues cop Campbell, city for ‘outrageous’ arrest

print The conduct was intentional or reckless, and was so outrageous that it is not tolerated by a civilized society. *** he city failed to prepare its officers by training protect the citizens of Chattanooga. — Hanson Melvin, complaint “Walking while black” defendant Hanson Melvin has sued former city police officer David Campbell and city government over his arrest and jailing in a case that suggests a lax police culture that accepts criminal activity and intimidation by officers and a cozy relationship between the state’s prosecutor in Chattanooga and cops who commit crimes. By David Tulis / Noogaradio 1240 … Continue reading Melvin sues cop Campbell, city for ‘outrageous’ arrest