Civil rights lawsuit to be filed in Bobby Tillman case

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An attorney for four teenagers plans to file a federal civil rights lawsuit on Wednesday, claiming their rights were violated when they were questioned about the beating death of Bobby Tillman.

Attorney Sandra Dawson Carletta Sims claims deputies with the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office went too far when they rounded up about 60 teens after Tillman was killed outside a huge house party in November 2010.

“The children were forced to surrender their cell phones, denied permission to call their parents, herded into a prisoner bus, and taken to police headquarters,” Sims said she will argue in a 28-count complaint. She plans to hold a press conference at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday.

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