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Man taken off life support by wrong family after he was misidentified by Chicago police, lawsuit says

CHICAGO - A lawsuit claims Chicago police misidentified a badly beaten man, leading to the wrong family deciding to take him off life support earlier this year.

The lawsuit was filed in Cook County this week by both the family of Elisha Brittman and the family who were wrongly

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