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A Black man is suing Galveston, Texas, and its police department for more than $1 million after a 2019 incident in which he was handcuffed and tied to officers on horseback as they led him down a street

A Black man is suing Galveston, Texas, and its police department for more than $1 million after a 2019 incident in which he was handcuffed and tied to officers on horseback as they led him down a street

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Galveston Police Department at (409) 765-3702.​

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Galveston Police Department at (409) 765-3702.​

A Black man is suing Galveston, Texas, and its police department for more than $1 million after a 2019 incident in which he was handcuffed and tied to officers on horseback as they led him down a street

A Black man is suing Galveston, Texas, and its police department for more than $1 million after a 2019 incident in which he was handcuffed and tied to officers on horseback as they led him down a street

A Black man is suing Galveston, Texas, and its police department for more than $1 million after a 2019 incident in which he was handcuffed and tied to officers on horseback as they led him down a street

The Galveston Police Department needs the public's help in identifying this suspect wanted for three attempted kidnappings.​

The Galveston Police Department needs the public's help in identifying this suspect wanted for three attempted kidnappings.​

A Texas man is suing the police department in Galveston for one million dollars after police officers arrested him and led him through town on while on horseback.

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Black man led by rope ‘like a slave’ by 2 white police officers on horseback back in August 2019 sues Galveston and its police department for $1,000,000

A mounted police officer said "this is gonna look really bad" shortly before he escorted a handcuffed man down the street by a line. The comment was heard in newly released body camera footage from the Galveston Police Department.

Photos show two mounted officers from the Galveston Police Department escorting a handcuffed man. One officer is leading the man, identified as 43-year-old Donald Neely, with what appears to be a rope.

It's no wonder the Galveston police department uses the word "line," instead of rope in their statement: They know the ugly history "rope" evokes.

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