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Legal claims, retirements paid by taxpayers

In a continuation of the "Conduct Unbecoming" series, Lewis Kamb of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer examined "state pension and payroll records of eight King County sheriff's deputies and found example after example of how such problem officers continued drawing salaries and earning service credits for years." The investigation also found that "taxpayers have paid hundreds of thousands more in settlements of legal claims brought by alleged victims of four of the deputies" along with millions in work and retirement pay.

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