Despite being awarded more than $450,000 in a federal lawsuit against a former jail guard, one of the two men convicted of the 1993 Brown’s Chicken massacre might not see much of that money.
One of the men convicted of the 1993 Brown’s Chicken massacre has been awarded almost half a million dollars in his civil rights suit against a Cook County jail guard accused of beating him.
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It was on Jan. 8, 1993, that seven people were murdered inside the Brown’s Chicken and Pasta restaurant in Palatine.
Brown’s Chicken could soon have a new owner, since an investment company backed by the family of a former executive won an auction.
A bidder affiliated with the former spurned VP of Brown’s Chicken is offering $265,000 for the restaurant chain.