Judge: Chicago police used brute force on Philip Coleman

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CHICAGO -- A federal judge says Chicago police used brute force on a handcuffed suspect in an incident caught on camera.

The video was released last week and is the latest in a string of high-profile incidents involving Chicago police.

The judge said Keith Kirkland should not have dragged Philip Coleman out of his cell after Coleman was shocked with a taser several times.

Today, the judge also ruled the employee's supervisor should have done something to stop the treatment.

Coleman later died as a result of a reaction to an anti-psychotic drug.

A jury will now determine monetary damages against the two men involved.

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