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Mpls. settles strip-search lawsuit for $77K

The city agreed to pay Recardo Meeks after a federal court judge ruled last month that officers illegally searched him when they pulled down his pants and underwear in public. Meeks is currently serving time in a Moose Lake prison facility for an unrelated gun charge.
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The city agreed to pay Recardo Meeks after a federal court judge ruled last month that officers illegally searched him when they pulled down his pants and underwear in public. Meeks is currently serving time in a Moose Lake prison facility for an unrelated gun charge.

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