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Family Seeking Justice After Date Night Ends In Murder For 30-Year-Old Terence Caffey

A family is now seeking justice after a date night turned deadly for 30-year-old Terence Caffey. What started as a normal trip to the movies in Little Rock, Arkansas ended in what many are calling murder. According to reports Caffey was having trouble ordering food from the movie theater’s app and when he confronted employees with his concerns it ultimately ended in a physical altercation. Police were then called to the scene and the struggle escalated to the point where Caffey was allegedly choked to the point of unconsciousness, despite telling officers he could not breathe. Caffey was then denied medical attention until it was too late. His family is now filing a $100 million dollar wrongful death lawsuit against the Pulaski County Sheriff’s office, Little Rock Police, and the Movie Tavern. However, the Pulaski County Police department is denying any wrongdoing. They are also insisting that his death was caused by Sickle Cell complications and not excessive force by officers. Could there be more to Caffey’s tragic passing? Or Is this another case of police brutality?

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