Federal jury awards $100M to man paralyzed in fall after Atlanta officer shocked him with stun gun

A government jury in Atlanta has granted $100 million to a vagabond who fell and broke his neck after a cop stunned him with an immobilizer during a foot pursue, news offices report

Jerry Blasingame currently needs nonstop consideration costing $1 million every year, and has $14 million in hospital expenses up until this point, lawyer Ven Johnson told hearers.

i Hearers found that Officer Jon Grubbs utilized nonsensical power against Blasingame, who was 65 years of age and had been asking drivers for cash on July 10, 2018.

He was deadened starting from the neck and is presently 69 years of age.

Hearers found that the Atlanta Police Department ought to pay $60 million and Grubbs ought to pay $40 million, WXIA-TV and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution revealed.

The city has recorded a movement for a coordinated decision.