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Alex Landau on Why Failed Try to Recall Denver DA Mitch Morrissey Is Still a Win

4 years ago by Patricia Calhoun
Yesterday, we reported on the Denver Civil Service Commission ruling that Officer James Medina should get his Denver Police Department job back, despite having been fired for use of excessive force. Alex Landau could tell you just how difficult it is to hold DPD officers accountable for such actions: He's...
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Alexander Landau got pulled over for an illegal left turn -- and ended up beaten bloody

9 years ago by Joel Warner
Update, January 20: Westword published today a much longer cover story on Landau, his lawsuit and life. Read it here: "Black and Blue: Alex Landau was pulled over for making an illegal left turn and ended up beaten bloody." ___________ On the night of January 15, 2009, nineteen-year-old Community College...
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Alex Landau beating: Attorney says decision not to charge officers ignores key evidence

6 years ago by Michael Roberts
Last week, Denver Manager of Safety Alex Martinez announced that there would be no charges against the three Denver police officers who nearly beat college student Alex Landau to death in 2009. Afterward, Independent Monitor Nicholas Mitchell said Landau's claim that an Internal Affairs officer tried to dissuade him from...
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Ricky Nixon: Inside Alex Landau-Denver Diner cop's civil rights lawsuit against city

6 years ago by Michael Roberts
Shortly after the Denver City Council authorized a $360,000 settlement in an alleged 2009 police brutality incident at the Denver Diner, a judge's ruling led to the firing of officers Ricky Nixon and Kevin Devine. However, they reportedly plan to appeal the decision -- and clues to their possible arguments...
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Top Latest Word posts of 2013, No. 4: Alex Landau reacts when beating cops aren't charged

6 years ago by Michael Roberts
Editor's note: We're counting down the most popular Latest Word posts of 2013. This one came in at No. 4. Read it as originally published. April 11, 2013: Last week, Denver Manager of Safety Alex Martinez announced that there would be no charges against the three Denver police officers who...
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Alex Landau beating: Advocate backs police monitor's call for more investigation

6 years ago by Michael Roberts
Friday afternoon, the office of Denver Manager of Safety Alex Martinez announced that there would be no charges against the three Denver police officers who nearly beat college student Alex Landau to death in 2009. In Martinez's mind, the case should be over at this point. But Independent Monitor Nicholas...
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Alex Landau on the decision not to charge cops who nearly beat him to death

6 years ago by Michael Roberts
Last week, Denver Manager of Safety Alex Martinez announced that there would be no charges against the three Denver police officers who nearly beat college student Alex Landau to death in 2009. Earlier this week, we spoke with Landau's lawyer, who was troubled by evidence he fears Martinez ignored. Today,...
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Alex Landau case: No charges against three Denver cops in his brutal beating

6 years ago by Michael Roberts
Update below: In February, the Justice Department decided not to charge the officers who beat Alex Landau to a pulp with federal civil rights violations. Then, days later, a cop who pummeled him was reinstated at the conclusion of a separate excessive-force investigation. Although Landau was frustrated by this turn...
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Alexander Landau police beating: Denver settles lawsuit for $795,000

8 years ago by Joel Warner
Update: Denver City Council approved settling Landau's lawsuit for $795,000 during their meeting tonight. In a statement, Mayor Guillermo (Bill) Vidal noted, "This settlement sends our clear message to Mr. Landau and the community that we take these types of allegations seriously, and that we are committed to a process...
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Alex Landau responds to feds' decision not to charge Denver cops who brutally beat him

6 years ago by Michael Roberts
Organizations hoping to bury unpleasant or potentially controversial news traditionally release information late Friday, in the hope that many folks already in weekend mode miss the development. A classic example: Justice Department reps chose Friday at 6:30 p.m. to inform Alex Landau that they would not be charging the three...

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