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Dead Body Reward: Elijah McClain’s Choke-Holding Cop Reinstated And Given $212,546 In Backpay Following ‘Not Guilty’ Verdict

Dead Body Reward: Elijah McClain’s Choke-Holding Cop Reinstated And Given $212,546 In Backpay Following ‘Not Guilty’ Verdict

Despite a verdict of 'not guilty' leading to tragic injustice, outrage envelopes Aurora as Elijah McClain's death goes unatoned. Nathan Woodyard, the officer involved, has not only been exonerated but also rewarded handsomely with backpay and reinstatement.

The Bitter Price of Acquittal

Elijah McClain's memory tarnished as Nathan Woodyard, cleared of manslaughter, pockets $212,546 in backpay, mocking the value of life and duty by law.

From Tragedy to Farce

The system's failure magnifies as Woodyard, despite McClain's nonviolent demeanor and final pleas for understanding, returns to the Aurora Police Department under 'restricted duty', fueling public indignation.

A Chilling Message

A chilling precedent set, echoing that in America, justice may indeed be colorblind—blind to the suffering of Black lives when ensnared by the enforcers of its so-called law and order.

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