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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Vicki Ferrari
A Denver police officer who appeared as a contestant on "American Gladiators" has been cleared in a civil lawsuit alleging excessive force and wrongful arrest.
Police Officer Vicki Ferrari appeared as a contestant on "American Gladiators" to battle bodybuilders through obstacle courses in tests of strength, agility and cunning.
"I was completely caught off guard. I was bothered. I could not fathom why he was so upset," Ferrari said in court.
Ferrari told jurors Kraus became agitated and began yelling at her when she refused to move from the spot where she was providing backup to officers conducting a traffic stop.