Jeremi Rainwater claims the Fort Worth police used excessive force by shooting him in the back during a December 2015 incident.
Jeremi Rainwater claims the Fort Worth police used excessive force by shooting him in the back during a December 2015 incident. Star-Telegram archives
Jeremi Rainwater claims the Fort Worth police used excessive force by shooting him in the back during a December 2015 incident. Star-Telegram archives

Man sues after he says Fort Worth police shot him in the back, fabricated evidence

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