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Suit: Homeless man jailed after trying to eat at Burger King

Seattle Times Thursday, 17 May 2018
BOSTON (AP) — Emory Ellis, a black homeless man in Boston, was hungry so he went to Burger King one morning in 2015. But instead of breakfast, Ellis got a ride to the police station and more than three months in jail after he was wrongfully accused of using counterfeit cash, he says. Now Ellis […]
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News video: Man Sues Burger King For Almost $1 Million

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AP Photo/Steven Senne A homeless black man named Emory Ellis was arrested after being falsely accused of using a fake $10 bill to pay for breakfast at Burger King. Ellis was imprisoned for three months until the Secret Service concluded the $10 bill was real, according to a new lawsuit. In November...

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