Man beaten, shocked with Taser by Portland police awarded $562,000 by jury | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Man beaten, shocked with Taser by Portland police awarded $562,000 by jury

A jury on Monday awarded more than $562,000 to a man Portland police knocked face-down to the ground and repeatedly pummeled and zapped with a Taser.

In doing so, jurors 9-3 gave Jason Matthew Cox every penny he had sought. Jurors found Portland police committed a battery against Cox, who was 37 at the time of the June 28, 2011, incident.

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