Attorneys for Nassau County, New York, have agreed to pay $650,000 to settle a lawsuit brought by Iyanna Davis. In 2010, Nassau County cops were supposed to search the apartment below the one Davis lived as part of a drug investigation. But officers mistakenly burst into her apartment and one accidentally fired his rifle. The bullet went through her abdomen and both of her legs. An internal investigation cleared the officer of any wrongdoing.
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