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Continuing to put our faith in the people who created, exacerbated, or turned a blind eye to the problems is what keeps us repeating these cycles… <br><br>”The city of Ferguson has been hit with yet another lawsuit over the conduct of police officer Eddie Boyd. <br><br>Boyd — who left his job as a St. Louis Metropolitan Police officer after being investigated for pistol whipping a sixteen-year-old boy, as well as a twelve-year-old girl in a separate incident — has been accused in previous lawsuits of harassing a NGA contractor, arresting a resident who dared to ask his name and terrorizing a father of four after his two-year-old peed outside during a park outing. Even though he was Exhibit A in a CBS News report about how problem cops drift from department to department, he remains employed by the Ferguson Police. “<br><br>He remains employed by the Ferguson PD despite residents voting in a historically black majority city council that included Wesley Bell who in his tenure on the council hindered DOJ efforts at reform. Before that he was sued as a judge in Velda City for engaging in the very behaviors exposed in the DOJ report and Ferguson Commission Report. Now he’s being touted as a ‘reform’ prosecutor.

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Continuing to put our faith in the people who created, exacerbated, or turned a blind eye to the problems is what keeps us repeating these cycles...

"The city of Ferguson has been hit with yet another lawsuit over the conduct of police officer Eddie Boyd.

Boyd — who left his job as a St. Louis Metropolitan Police officer after being investigated for pistol whipping a sixteen-year-old boy, as well as a twelve-year-old girl in a separate incident — has been accused in previous lawsuits of harassing a NGA contractor, arresting a resident who dared to ask his name and terrorizing a father of four after his two-year-old peed outside during a park outing. Even though he was Exhibit A in a CBS News report about how problem cops drift from department to department, he remains employed by the Ferguson Police. "

He remains employed by the Ferguson PD despite residents voting in a historically black majority city council that included Wesley Bell who in his tenure on the council hindered DOJ efforts at reform. Before that he was sued as a judge in Velda City for engaging in the very behaviors exposed in the DOJ report and Ferguson Commission Report. Now he's being touted as a 'reform' prosecutor.

Ferguson Again Sued Over Actions of Officer Eddie Boyd

The city of Ferguson has been hit with yet another lawsuit over the conduct of police officer Eddie Boyd. Boyd — who left his job...