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Aldermen are expected to give final approval later this week to a $156,000 settlement in the case of two brothers beaten by Chicago police officers when the young men were mistaken for a pair of robbers as they left the liquor store where they work.
Two brothers who claim they were beaten by Chicago police officers when they were mistaken for robbers as they were leaving the liquor store where they work have filed a federal lawsuit seeking more than $180,000 in damages.
Several Chicago Police officers are under investigation, after two men say they were brutally beaten inside a Southwest Side liquor store.
New allegations of brutality have surfaced against Chicago Police officers, this time involving a Southwest Side liquor store manager who says he was mistaken for a robber and roughed up.