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Green Bay pays $20K in police brutality case

7:01 AM, May 17, 2013
Anthony Basler
Anthony Basler
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Green Bay city officials have agreed to pay $20,000 to a man who accused four city police officers of using excessive force during an altercation in the man's apartment.

Anthony Basler, 34, alleged that the officers "used batons, shackles and bodily force" to inflict injuries to his head, face, neck and other parts of his body.

Police reports indicate that Basler was treated at St. Vincent Hospital after the September 2010 incident, which occurred inside his apartment on Green Bay's northeast side. ...

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