Dominic Felder, left, was shot dead in 2006.The Dominic Felder police shooting saga appears to have finally come to a close, with news that the City Council has voted to approve paying the dead man's family $2.19 million. It's been more than four years since the 27-year-old man was shot dead ... More >>
Dominic Felder was killed in 2006.The city of Minneapolis says it's going to fight a "grossly excessive" $1.8 million award to the family of Dominic Felder, who was shot dead by police after a struggle in 2006. His death outraged his family, and prompted the Police Community Relations Council to ... More >>
The Felder case figured in Tim Dolan's confirmation process for police chief.Dominic Felder was shot dead by two Minneapolis cops in September 2006 after they responded to a 911 call. Yesterday, a jury awarded Felder's family $1.8 million.
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Critics claim the MPD won't play nicely; Cops say it's a bad beat
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