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November 22, 1991
A veteran officer filed a federal civil rights lawsuit Thursday against the Los Angeles Police Department, saying there is "a pattern, policy and practice" within the department to retaliate against individual policemen who become disabled. In his suit, Officer Jeffrey J. Zych cited incidents in which he said police confused his illness with AIDS, falsely arrested him and wrongly committed him to a mental hospital.
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November 22, 1991
A veteran officer filed a federal civil rights lawsuit Thursday against the Los Angeles Police Department, saying there is "a pattern, policy and practice" within the department to retaliate against individual policemen who become disabled. In his suit, Officer Jeffrey J. Zych cited incidents in which he said police confused his illness with AIDS, falsely arrested him and wrongly committed him to a mental hospital.
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November 22, 1991 | RICHARD A. SERRANO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A veteran officer filed a federal civil rights lawsuit Thursday against the Los Angeles Police Department, saying there is "a pattern, policy and practice" within the department to retaliate against individual police officers who become disabled. In his suit, Officer Jeffrey J. Zych cited incidents in which he said police confused his illness with AIDS, falsely arrested him and wrongly committed him to a mental hospital. "I feel disgraced to be a member of this department," he said.
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November 22, 1991 | RICHARD A. SERRANO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A veteran officer filed a federal civil rights lawsuit Thursday against the Los Angeles Police Department, saying there is "a pattern, policy and practice" within the department to retaliate against individual police officers who become disabled. In his suit, Officer Jeffrey J. Zych of Costa Mesa cited incidents in which he said police confused his illness with AIDS, falsely arrested him and wrongly committed him to a mental hospital.
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