(Listen) Former Murder Suspect Sues Arcata, County Paying $3.5 Million After Jail Death; Other Top Stories

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Humboldt Last Week, Episode 86

Former Murder Suspect Sues Arcata, Says Cops Defamed Him While Investigating Death of HSU Student (7:12)
“I had a law professor look over his entire complaint,” said North Coast Journal Editor Thadeus Greenson. “Both because he was representing himself to look at it for potential filing errors… and then also to really look at the substance of his allegations in the lawsuit.”
County Settles Lawsuit Over Death in Jail Sobering Cell for $3.5 Million (16:51)
“…It’s really hard to make a judgement on this case unless you’ve really taken a good look at all the facts,” said Greenson. “I would just say as a reporter having watched the entire video of Mr. Borges’ last hours from the time that Eureka police picked him up to the time that he stopped moving in a sobering cell, it gave me a much different picture than I had going in.”
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  • Other Top Stories
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