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Christopher Lollie (center) stands with attorneys Andrew Irlbeck (left) and Paul Applebaum at the the First National Bank Building in St. Paul. A lawsuit over Lollie's arrest in the skyway of that building cost the city of St. Paul $100,000. Submitted photo

Ruling paved way for $100K skyway-Taser settlement

The civil rights case against the city illustrated the power of a cell phone video, the willingness of these police to use Tasers, the apparent edginess of the police in this situation when Lollie refused to produce any identification, and what news reports called “sitting while black.”

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