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Accused ex-NFL player strangled by cops after cops slammed his handcuffed head

A harrowing video released on Facebook by a former NFL player prompted community uproar and resulted in the victim, Desmond Marrow, demanding justice in 2018. Years later, his pleas for justice have been met with a settlement and the responsibility of the officer who assaulted him. Marrow earned a record-breaking payout this week. According to CBS 46, the settlement is a record sum for a non-fatal officer-involved use of force lawsuit in Henry County, according to Marrow's lawyers, L. Chris Stewart and Dianna Lee of Stewart Miller Simmons Trial Attorneys and Andrea Boyd of the Price Boyd Law Firm. "We are thrilled that Henry County has opted to settle Desmond Marrow's lawsuit for a record sum for a non-death case. Notably, the officer who strangled Mr Marrow pled guilty to battery, resigned his law enforcement certification, and will never work in law enforcement again – two very unusual outcomes in instances involving the use of force. "We acknowledge that the majori

Because a Bystander Filmed It, Cop compelled to Plead guilty to Strangling Former NFL player

 A harrowing video published by a former NFL player to his Facebook page sparked outrage inside the community and led to the sufferer, Desmond Marrow, calling for justice in 2018. Now, years later, his calls for justice had been responded to. Former Henry County police officer David Rose pleaded responsible this week to a be counted of the easy battery related to his arrest of Marrow. In keeping with WSB-television, as part of his settlement, Rose must serve 12 months probation, entire an anger control elegance, forty hours of community service, and have no touch with Marrow. Rose will not be allowed to work again as an officer or get his certification reinstated. “through his revealing phrases and actions, David Rose tarnished the badge that represents all the honorable and courageous ladies and men who serve in regulation enforcement. Due to this plea, Rose will by no means work as a police officer again,” Henry County District lawyer Darius Pattillo said. “I am satisfied that he has