A Greensboro policeman accused of racial discrimination against African-American police officers wants an apology from the city of Greensboro.
Officer Scott Sanders, who was cleared of any wrongdoing in a dozen separate internal investigations, said that in addition to an apology, he would like the city to pay his legal bills.
But most important, Sanders said, he would like to move on with his life. “I’m feeling very relieved to get through this stage of this,” Sanders told FOX News. It’s been a long four years; it’s been a trying four years for myself, my family and my friends.”
Sanders, who returned to work this week, has been on administrative leave since being acquitted in a criminal trial in February.