Three undercover Minneapolis police officers have sued the city, the county, and the state after their names were revealed in court documents concerning massage parlor arrests. County judges and the district attorney's office threw out all charges stemming from the busts after it was revealed the officers had sexual contact with the suspects. The officers now say their reputations have been damaged and they and their families have received negative comments about their behavior. One of them also claims he that he was excluded from his religious community after his undercover work was revealed.
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