Photo by Getty Images
While celebrating the Lakers championship last year, a fan was shot in the head with a rubber bullet and is now suing the LAPD cop who fired the gun.
On Thursday, Kimberly Marroquin filed a civil lawsuit in California, claiming that she was peacefully and legally celebrating the win against the Heat on October 11, 2020.
“Without warning or provocation, the officer shot Marroquin in the head with a less-lethal rubber projectile round,” read the suit. It followed by stating that Marroquin was “unarmed and never posed a threat.”
The unnamed officer was said to be responsible for overseeing the area in which she was celebrating as well as the city of Los Angeles. Due to the alleged excessive force of the rubber bullet, Marroquin claims she “suffered severe pain and suffering, mental anguish, humiliation, and emotional distress, and incurred economic losses” after racking up medical bills.
The lawsuit also touches on the lack of punishment for cops who perform careless actions and how the LAPD has failed to train their officers properly. The amount that Marroquin is requesting remains unclear to the public.
This study demonstrates undeniable evidence that cannabis aids those struggling with depression.
Dutchie is here to make purchasing legal cannabis easier, and they're ready to take off outside North America.
Allow us to help inspire you to let go of tobacco for good with these helpful CBD cigarettes.
This unique and luxurious bamboo pipe is your new favorite accessory.