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As part of the settlement, [the plaintiffs' attorney Dan] Grossman also requested the Atlanta Police Department be mandated the police chief fire officers who destroy evidence in a civil case.
Several officers involved in the raid on Midtown gay bar the Atlanta Eagle on Sept. 10, 2009, were accused of destroying evidence but not fired.
"If an officer thinks, oh, well, I'll just get a three-day suspension for deleting cell phone records, then nothing keeps him or her from doing it," Grossman said.
A court order also mandated the city pay Grossman $25,000 in attorney's fees for working to ensure the APD implemented the policy changes mandated from the original lawsuit that resulted in a $1.025 million settlement.
That brings the total city payout for the raid up to $1.475 million.
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