Thursday, November 15, 2012

Oakland strip search case

  • Oakland Strip Search Cases: City Ordered To Pay $4.6 Million

    OAKLAND -- Council members voted Tuesday to pay $4.6 million in damages to 39 plaintiffs who accused Oakland police of illegally strip-searching them in public between 2002 and 2009. "It's been a very long time for many of our guys for this ...

  • Oakland agrees to pay $4.6M in strip search case

    Two other men who also claimed they were strip searched by Oakland police were awarded more than $200,000 in damages last year in their federal civil rights lawsuit against the city.

  • Strip searches cost Oakland $4.6 million

    It comes more than a year after a federal judge, ruling that Oakland's strip searches were unconstitutional, ordered the city to pay more than $1 million in damages and attorneys' fees in the case of two other men who were strip-searched in public ...

  • Oakland port suspends official in strip club case

    The Port of Oakland maritime director who spent $4,500 in public money entertaining shipping executives in a Houston strip club was put on administrative leave Friday - with pay. Newly installed acting ... A search on port financial records by KTVU-TV ...

  • Oakland port spending: More muck ahead

    In addition to the Houston strip club trip that we told you about Monday, a records search by KTVU-TV found that Kwon expensed $476 in haircuts, $1,000 in wine, and bills from massage parlors, golf outings and a $350 pair of Ecco golf shoes.

  • Expense Report Abuses: Strip Clubs, Haircuts And Other Egregious Abuses

    This month, Port of Oakland officials suspended its maritime director, James Kwon, alleging that he four years ago filed a $4,537 expense report for a drinks and dinner reception with clients at an establishment called D. Houston Inc. Turns out, that's ...

  • Yankees can't overreact to a third straight season without a World Series

    They'll want to look for more pitching to put behind CC Sabathia, a search that would have been made much easier had Michael Pineda not shredded his shoulder or if any of the team's top crop of minor-league pitchers had made a decent-sized jump in 2012 ...

  • Hot Stove Show: Ben Cherington and Scott Boras

    But you know as of this afternoon that was the case that it didn't look like Ortiz was gonna probably be testing the free agent market in.

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