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NEW YORK — Officer Daniel Hernandez is suing the NYPD for denying him overtime after he shot and paralyzed Ahmed Evans who is suing Hernandez over the shooting.

The New York Daily News reports:

Officer Daniel Hernandez claims that as a result of being kept off the street since July 2008, he’s been “damaged in his employment, and has suffered economically, humiliated, emotional distress and conscious pain and suffering,” according to his complaint in Brooklyn Federal Court.

Because of his negligence and lack of training he shot a human being in the back and paralyzed him, and he says the Police Department is treating him unfairly?” Evans lawyer fumed. “He’s somebody who shouldn’t be a cop.”

Read More At The New York Daily News

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