For the second time since 2001, the Denver Police Department has apologized to the Hells' Angels for violating their rights and agreed to pay some serious cash.
Denver and Mountain View police apologized to members of the Hells Angels and settled a federal lawsuit over a 2005 traffic stop with a $14,000 payment to the bikers, their attorney said Thursday. The apologies signed by Denver Manager of Safety Al LaCabe and Mountain View Police Chief Eric Gomez mark the second time Denver police have had to say "sorry" to the Hells Angels.
In 2001, Denver paid the Hells Angels $50,000.00 following a lawsuit over a raid on the group's clubhouse. Will the third time be the charm, or has Denver learned it's lesson?
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