City will pay $2M to police shooting victim’s family after lengthy court battle

The city will pay nearly $2 million to the family of an emotionally disturbed cabbie who police shot dead in his Harlem apartment in 2012, capping off a years-long court battle between the city and the man’s mother. Mohamed Bah was shot eight times by police who were called to his apartment after his mother,…

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