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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
Topic - Timothy Russell
Cleveland's police department will limit when and how long squad cars can chase suspects in new guidelines released Thursday, more than a year after a chase involving more than 100 officers ended in the deaths of two people.
The city of Cleveland has hired a private law firm to handle a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the estates of two people killed in a 2012 police chase.
A man who says he had his hands in the air and was unarmed when a Cleveland police officer shot him in the chest over a traffic violation last year has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit, saying the officer's actions were "extreme and outrageous" and that department leaders have fostered an atmosphere ripe for constitutional violations.
The chief of the Cleveland Police Department, which is under investigation for a chase involving more than 100 officers, 137 shots fired and two apparently unarmed people killed, was promoted Monday to safety director. He was replaced by the deputy chief of field operations.
Leadership and communications failures led to the chaotic police chase in Cleveland last fall than ended with 13 officers firing 137 rounds and killing two people who were likely unarmed, Ohio's attorney general said Tuesday in reporting the results of an exhaustive investigation.